When you have a trial or arbitration coming up, whether to the Court, to a jury trial or to an arbitration panel, the decision makers are not familiar with all the facts in the case. So your opening statement must be clear and easy to understand.
I have a new site that offers a concise report on how to get a time graphic ready for litigation. The Trial Roadmap site is about presentation in business litigation or other litigation with complicated facts. Your presentation can be both effective and efficient to prepare.
“Some presenters have seen how powerful a time chart can be, from a painful experience: their opponent shows the opposing story with such clarity that the opponent pulls ahead from the start. A common response for the next case is to try to get an outside graphic house to create this important chart. But this can result in an artistic chart, not a persuasive chart. Outside graphics work is expensive, takes too much time to get the first draft done, and is hard to edit and improve.”
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