Trial Technology

Can I Turbocharge My Office for $5,000

By at 14 April, 2012, 11:08 am

So you have technology in your office that is at least five years old (if not older) and saved $5,000? Is it best to replace everything or replace some items and upgrade or keep others? The answer is, it depends.


Need a Document Camera: There’s a New Player in Town

By at 5 April, 2012, 1:08 pm

Document cameras can be great for trials, hearings and elsewhere because they allow you to show images, objects and evidence that may be tough to place in a PowerPoint or other presentation program. Until recently, though, lawyers generally had to pick one from a limited number of companies, such as Elmo, Epson, Toshiba or Canon. But now you have another option.


When Your Trial & Presentation Technology gets bit by Mr. Murphy

By at 5 October, 2011, 4:38 pm

We like to think that a technical disaster won’t ever happen to us when we are presenting, but that’s just not the case. And it’s not just a trial: I experienced “technical difficulties” at a presentation last week to the Law Librarians Association of Wisconsin. For some reason their projector and my Mac just didn’t want to get along. I had been bitten by Mr. Murphy. Unknown Object