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Trial Behavior Consulting has thirty years of experience in the trenches with trial teams around the country and has earned the reputation of being one of the most innovative firms in our field. Our consultants are trained social scientists who have personally consulted on over 4,000 cases nationwide, selected over 1,000 juries, evaluated over 75,000 potential jurors, and interviewed jurors from over 500 completed trials.

We bring to bear our significant experience working on the most challenging of cases alongside top trial teams.  Our consultants go to trial often, largely due to the fact that the attorneys and corporations we work with routinely try cases.  Because our projects can span years and involve in-house counsel and trial attorneys from several firms, we build strong relationships and trust with our clients.

Our consultants are often called in on the hardest and highest stakes cases, and we have deep experience developing research tailored to test themes, arguments, evidence and instructions in complex matters involving difficult legal issues, substantial expert testimony, and many moving parts.

We have a strong track record in all practice areas including civil, criminal and white collar cases.  We are especially known for our work on catastrophic personal injury, serial product liability, and intellectual property and complex business.  To learn more about our depth of experience, please see our section on Practice Areas.

 

    Successes with our Trial Partners

    King & Spalding
    Cox vs. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
    Product Liability, Florida

    Yukevich Cavanaugh
    Stephanie Rodriguez, et al. vs. General Dynamics Armament & Technical Products Inc.
    Personal Injury, Hawaii

    Early Sullivan Wright Gizer & McRae
    Nevada State Bank vs. Circle Bar N Ranch LLC
    Contract, Nevada

    Reed Smith, Winston & Strawn, The Law Offices of Christine Yang
    Fujitsu vs. Belkin, D-Link, and Netgear
    Intellectual Property, California


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