Trusted Jury Consulting Experience
For over 20 years, we have helped simplify and improve the posture of high-exposure professional malpractice, product liability, personal injury, environmental, complex commercial, and select white collar defense matters across the state of Florida. Our main areas of expertise are General Case Consulting, Jury Research, Jury Selection Assistance, and Witness Evaluations.
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Although the vast majority of our matters resolve before a jury's verdict, we have considerable jury trial experience across the State of Florida. We have extensive experience in the Middle & Southern Districts, as well as the Thirteenth Circuit, and we have helped win jury trials involving claims of IP infringement, breach of contract and fiduciary duty, defamation, violations of FDUTPA, professional malpractice, and more.
Recent jury trial experience in the Middle District includes assisting with jury research, jury selection, and trial support in a significant commercial trial for Deman Data Systems that ended in settlement two weeks in. Prior to that, we helped in a fraud/breach of contract case that went very well for our client Mosaic.
We conducted jury research and developed Middle District jury selection criteria for Cox Communications in a high-profile defamation case, which we also won. We helped obtain a defense verdict and a $1 million counterclaim award in a $50 million, six-week jury trial of an alleged fraud, unfair competition and tortious interference case for Ariba, Inc. a few years back.
It is not uncommon for us to have multiple cases on different Middle District dockets at any given point in time. This is in addition to a heavy Circuit Court calendar of malpractice and injury cases.
Regardless of case-type, our jury research can uncover usable data that can be aggregated for precise and reliable jury selection criteria. This can be used for written questionnaires and in suggested voir dire questions to the Court, a real advantage in the Middle District where attorney voir dire is limited. If budget constraints or timing prevent conducting jury research for a particular case, we have developed a statistical profile of the characteristics shared by the most punitive awarders (the top 25%) as well as defense-oriented jurors ($0 awarders) in the Middle District based on our research here.
And a final, personal note from co-Founder, Dan Walbolt Jr:
"Feel free to reach out to me directly with any questions you may have--I look forward to hearing from you!"
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