Our Experience

Experience Matters.
You Matter.

After nearly 25 years as trial consultants, you could say we’ve seen it all, and in theory, we probably have. And in practice, what we’ve seen is that no two cases are ever the same.

There are things we can predict and propose based solely on our experience. And others, where collecting case and venue-specific data is the only way to effectively plan, predict, and prepare.

As a client, you get the benefit of both. Decades of experience and rigorous case-specific research.

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Our national experience is as deep as it is wide. More than 50 jurisdictions wide, as a matter of fact.

We’ve built a reputation around our work in:
  • Product liability
  • Commercial litigation
  • Antitrust
  • Multi-district litigation
  • White collar criminal defense

(Go ahead, have a look at some of our work below)

But the experience we’re most proud of is the one you’ll have when you work with us.

Preparing for trial is hard enough.
We do everything we can to make it easier for you to win.
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Defamation Case

Conducted a large-sample, online survey for the defense in a defamation case pending in Indiana state court. The case involved an allegation of defamation between insurance industry professionals. We used the online survey to generate a case valuation and a juror profile. Result: The case settled favorably for our client just before trial.

A Way With Words: Persuasive Legal Writing

With regard to legal writing, pleadings and briefs are among the first impressions you can make on a judge. Consider anecdotal evidence from Justice Antonin Scalia: “If [I] see someone who has written a sloppy brief, I’m inclined to think that person is a sloppy thinker. It is rare that a person thinks clearly, precisely, carefully, and does not write that way. Contrariwise, it’s rare that someone who is careful and precise in his thought is sloppy in his writing. So it hurts you … to have ungrammatical, sloppy briefs.” Thus, clean, precise, and well-constructed sentences and citations can correlate to sound legal arguments, but have the opposite effect with poorly constructed writing. On a larger scale, a positive first impression made via an initial pleading can parlay into elevated judgments of subsequent filings, and your case as a whole.

Social Security Fraud Case

ThemeVision assisted client with theme development, witness preparation, and development of demonstrative exhibits in a criminal matter involving allegations of defrauding the Social Security Administration by helping an employee conceal earnings. The case was tried to a jury in the District of Nebraska.