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What do you need to know? And when you do… how will you use it to win?

These two questions are at the foundation of everything we do for you as a ThemeVision client.

When we start also matters. The sooner we can begin to identify areas of potential risk, the better prepared you’ll be to make decisions about whether to settle or try the case. If the case does go to trial, you’ll be glad we’re already up to speed and can advise you along the way.

ThemeVision’s service offerings are developed to work in tandem with the way you work. Each phase of research and consultation complements and informs the next phase.

From data collection and analysis to developing and testing trial themes and creating communication strategies and demonstrative evidence…the end result is a winning strategy that is informed not just by the evidence but how the jury might view and respond to the evidence.

Here’s how we do it.

Our Services

Survey

Mitigate doubt with data
Quantitative and qualitative research, scientifically designed to reduce the risk of assumption and inform strategy.
Community Attitude Surveys | Venue Analysis | Online Jury Research

Survey

Mitigate doubt with data

Counsel

Plan and perfect your strategy

Counsel

Plan and perfect your strategy
This is where data and decision-making meet. It’s also where the academic study of human behavior and communications pays off in persuasion and advocacy.
Jury Selection | Theme Development | Witness Prep | Communications

Visualize

Make the complex clear

Visualize

Make the complex clear
In complex litigation, information fatigue can get in the way of recall and good decision making. We develop demonstratives that focus the judge and jury on what’s important.
Courtroom Graphics | Trial Demonstratives | Evidence Presentation

Test

Know before you go

Test

Know before you go
You can never be too sure or too prepared. The best plans are the ones you can test and adjust based on what you’ve learned…before you put them into action.
Mock Trials | Focus Groups | Mock ADR