Dr. Anthony Will Speak About Jurors at Fidelity Trials
BERWYN, Pa. – June 25, 2012 – DecisionQuest Inc. CEO Dr. Philip K. Anthony has joined the faculty of HB’s Fidelity Bond & Crime Coverage Conference scheduled for July 24, 2012, at Thomson Hall in Lower Manhattan, HB CEO Tom Hagy announced today. The program is being produced in collaboration with West LegalEdcenter, a Thomson Reuters business.
Dr. Anthony will appear with conference co-chair Michael R. Davisson, Esq., of Sedgwick LLP of Los Angeles, to share insights on jury attitudes in fidelity cases, structuring an effective opening from both plaintiff and defense positions, knowing which witnesses will be most effective in delivering your message, and effectively educating jurors through demonstratives and technology.
Just last month The National Law Journal named DecisionQuest “Best End-to-End Litigation Consulting Firm,” based on a poll of readers. The winners of this survey were picked by nearly 5,000 readers.
DecisionQuest assists clients through the expert use of the art of persuasion – using research, visual communications, strategic communications, and social media analysis. Over the past 30 years, its principals have been retained in more than 18,000 high-risk engagements nationwide. As providers of trial consulting and visual communications services to Fortune 1000 companies, DecisionQuest’s core capabilities include testing and developing case strategies; witness evaluation and preparation; community attitude survey analysis; jury selection; strategic demonstrative exhibits; trial presentation assistance; and ADR (alternative dispute resolution) strategic consulting. DecisionQuest has more than 100 employees in 10 offices helping attorneys realize the best case scenario.
HB’s Fidelity Bond & Crime Coverage Conference, a CLE program chaired by Davisson and Matthew J. Schlesinger, Esq., of Reed Smith LLP, will be held at Thomson Hall, 195 Broadway, New York, NY 10007, on July 24, 2012. For registration and information, contact Brownie Bokelman at 484-324-2755 x212 or visit the conference page.