In complicated cases, where there are so many competing facts and issues, it is easy to get bogged down in the minutiae of detail. It is the job of a trial lawyer to sift through those facts to create a cohesive, persuasive presentation.
In the real world of high-stakes litigation, clients and their lawyers sometimes disagree on what is most important for the court and jury to hear and know. When that happens, it is a good idea to get focus groups involved.
Ordinary people - like those who sit on juries - can help bring clarity to a complicated case. We have found that presenting a multitude of issues to focus groups helps our lawyers and clients zero in on what should be presented at trial.