litigation graphics & powerpoint

The Winning Litigator® has more than 25 years of experience in developing trial graphics for virtually every type of case.  We can assist you and your trial team in conceptualizing and producing key trial graphics to to package information you need jurors, judges and mediators to understand.   Our services and products include:

  • Trial graphics consultations
  • Conceptualization sketches
  • Critique of existing demonstratives
  • Preparation of exhibit boards condensing or displaying evidentiary information, such as timelines, charts, photographics, damage calculations
  • Two- and three-dimensional animations
  • Vocabulary or industry-specific keys
  • Explainer Videos and narrated PowerPoint presentations
  • PowerPoints for Opening Statements and Closing Arguments
  • Video Production and Editing

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Litigation graphics and exhibit boards can be used especially effectively when

  • A timeline or sequence is important
  • There is a potential for information overload in a trial or mediation
  • It is important to send messages to opposing counsel in settlement discussions about your own graphic sophistication and preparation for trial
  • Language and processes are highly technical
  • Calculations are complex
  • Evidence seems disjointed and not compelling
  • Complex trials require synthesis of volumes of evidence

Let us show you how to maximize your potential at settlement and trial through the use of litigation graphics.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Studies show us that most people only absorb a small portion of what they hear. Litigation graphics reinforces your presentation visually, enabling jurors, judges and mediators to better understand your theory of the case and why the evidence in your case compels a verdict in your client’s favor.
Litigation graphics can be especially effective during mediation. They can be presented to mediators in advance in the ex parte mediation statements, to help persuade the mediator of the merits of your case. During the mediation, presentation of graphics sends a strong message to your opposing counsel and their clients about your level of trial sophistication and preparedness. We have been involved in many cases where litigation graphics were the reason cases settled.

We can assist you in creating impactful and effective PowerPoint presentations and litigation graphics for your mediation. Contact us to discuss how to get started.

Creating a PowerPoint for an Opening Statement or Closing Argument involves meeting with you and your trial team to discuss your theory of the case, the information you want to present, and places of special emphasis in your presentation. Our goal is an Opening Statement is to help you present a dynamic and engaging narrative to support your case. In Closing Argument PowerPoints, our goal is to create a PowerPoint with you that will enable you to bring together your evidence and theory of the case for the judge or jury in as persuasive a way as possible.
The time it takes varies depending on a number of factors, including the amount of information in the graphics, the complexity of the case, the level of sophistication and design, and the actual size and materials used. We like to get started as early as possible before your deadline, so we have the opportunity to work with you to produce dynamic and effective graphics.

We are also aware that litigation often requires quick turnaround, and we are typically able to handle rush deadlines, depending on the nature of the project.

All graphics presentations begin with a discussion between you and your trial team and The Winning Litigator® team.  Once we have a conceptual framework for a graphic design, we will begin to work on drafts of the graphics, and possible presentation options.  We will refine these with you to develop the best solution for your litigation graphics needs.
Litigation graphics and exhibit boards can be used especially effectively when

  • A timeline or sequence is important
  • There is a potential for information overload in a trial or mediation
  • You want to send messages to opposing counsel in settlement discussions about your own graphic sophistication and preparation for trial
  • Language and processes are highly technical
  • Calculations are complex
  • Evidence seems disjointed and not compelling
  • Complex trials require synthesis of volumes of evidence

With that said, generally every case will benefit from the use of clear and dynamic litigation graphics.

The best place to start is by contacting us for a free consultation. We’ll discuss your case with you, and your thoughts on what you may need in the way of litigation graphics or PowerPoint. We’ll make suggestions about opportunities we see for you to present your case more effectively through the use of litigation graphics. Together we can develop a plan for producing dynamic and effective graphics.
Not necessarily. The cost of preparing these graphics depend on a number of factors, including the amount of information in the graphics, the level of sophistication and design, the actual size and materials used, the time spent, and how much advance notice we have to produce them. We’ve been successful in working with firms of a variety of sizes and budgets to produce effective and winning trial graphics and PowerPoint presentations.
Absolutely. In fact, we learn from surveys of judges that they often appreciate the use of strong trial graphics to enable them to understand your case and arguments better. Bench trials are a lot of work for the judges conducting them, and the clearer the presentation, the more confident judges are that they will decide the case correctly.

Using litigation graphics in bench trials — even hearings — allows you to establish yourself as the judge’s guide in the litigation. Graphics that distill evidence are useful tools for judges to rely on as they decide your case.

SCHEDULE A FREE Litigation GRAPHICS or PowerPoint CONSULTATION

Just click on this button and you'll be able to choose a time to consult with us about your litigation graphics and PowerPoint presentation needs.