Litigation Consulting and Visual Communication Firm Litigation Insights' Wins the LitigationWorld Pick of the Week Award for Its Blog Post About Using Mobile Devices
Overland Park, KS, June 24, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Litigation Insights is thrilled to announce that their recent blog post was selected for the LitigationWorld Pick of the Week Award.
The winning post was entitled, “Five Things to Consider When Using a Mobile Device to Present Your Case” and it explores technological options outside of the usual laptop for litigators to use in a trial presentation. Their aim was to help courtroom lawyers make the best possible impression on the judge and jury, and to help them work more efficiently, while eliminating the need to carry around a laptop.
The award from LitigationWorld is given to one outstanding article about litigation practices each week.
The editors of LitigationWorld assign this honor to articles they feel are an essential read for their audience.
“It is very exciting to be recognized on a larger stage for our work,” said Adam Bloomberg. “We are very excited to be able to share our expertise with other litigators and hope that this award enables us to reach a much broader audience.”
LitigationWorld is a free weekly newsletter that is written by litigation experts. It offers tips for civil procedure, brief writing, e-discovery, legal research, depositions, litigation strategy and technology, trial presentation, oral advocacy, and more.
For more information, please contact Litigation Insights at their Overland Park office, 9393 W 110th St. #400, Overland Park, KS 66210. Litigation Insights can also be reached via telephone at 913-339-9885 or at their website www.litigationinsights.com.
Litigation Insights is a national, woman-owned company with more than 20 years of experience conducting jury research, developing trial graphics and assisting counsel with jury selection and case presentation during trial proceedings. As a full-service firm, the company provides everything from witness preparation to trial graphics and courtroom technology.