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How Technology Can Aid You in the Courtroom

May 13th, 2016|Blog|

Trial presentation technology has been on the rise in recent years as more lawyers recognize its effectiveness. From creating compelling presentations that support opening arguments, to being able to pull up any page of an exhibit instantly and on demand during cross-examination, technology has far-reaching benefits in today’s courtroom. Technology helps simplify, streamline, and organize [...]

The Power of Medical Illustrations in Medical Malpractice Litigation

May 6th, 2016|Blog|

Medical malpractice suits are often difficult to litigate; the complex medical procedures and deleterious effects on a client can be hard to convey clearly to a jury. Some losses, such as medical expenses and lost wages, are easily supported by documents, such as payroll stubs and medical bills. It is difficult, however, to show the [...]

How Digital Forensics Can Aid IP Litigation

April 28th, 2016|Blog|

Photo: IanVisits, Flickr Creative Commons Every year, U.S. companies lose over a trillion dollars due to economic espionage and intellectual property (IP) theft. In addition to lost revenue, IP theft can damage a company’s reputation, delay production, and create lost investment in research and development. When it comes to IP theft, the greatest threat to [...]

Precise’s Digital Forensics Experts Level the Litigation Playing Field

April 22nd, 2016|Blog|

Photo: Beth Cortez-Neavel, Flickr Creative Commons Litigation is a costly endeavor by itself, but if electronically stored information (ESI) is involved, the costs can become prohibitive. According to industry estimates, digital forensics can eat up 60-80 percent of a matter’s entire litigation budget. Faced with these astronomical costs, clients may be forced to settle a [...]

Digital Forensics: Delving Deeper Than E-Discovery

April 11th, 2016|Blog|

Photo: Karen Neoh, Flickr Creative Commons Since the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended in 2006 to clarify that the discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) stands on equal footing with discovery of paper documents, the use of e-discovery and digital forensics has seen rapid growth and change. Both e-discovery and digital forensics involve [...]

Precise, Inc. Announces Predict™ Jury Research Tool for Trial Attorneys

April 7th, 2016|Press Releases|

Predict is a statistical analysis process that allows attorneys to test key issues throughout litigation and employ a predictive model to help measure probable jury outcomes. PITTSBURGH, PA – April 7, 2016: Precise, Inc., a trusted provider of litigation technology services, today announced the release of Predict, a jury research tool that applies the [...]

Using Technology to Your Advantage in the Courtroom

April 5th, 2016|Blog|

Few cases are more complex – legally as well as technically – than intellectual property disputes. The subtle distinctions are often impossible to understand without an advanced degree and years of experience. Effectively presenting the relevant background and explaining the nuances of a field as they apply to a particular argument is challenging. A quality [...]

Precise’s trial support goes far beyond button pushing.

December 18th, 2015|News|

On December 15, 2015 a jury in Pittsburgh, PA returned a $32 million verdict in a wrongful death lawsuit, which involved the death of a child. It's reportedly one of the largest verdicts of its kind in Allegheny County. Precise Senior Trial Consultant Jacob Richter was hired by the attorneys for the plaintiffs, Rosen Louik [...]