What You Need to Know About the Litigation Consultant

A litigation consultant can be extremely useful when an attorney needs help with a difficult case. The consultant can accomplish many things an attorney may not be able to and has several tools at their disposal that can make a case go smoothly.

  1. Understand the Difference Between a Story and a Timeline An attorney if often concerned with the timeline of events and may overlook important clues that appear in the background. A civil litigation lawyer can help to uncover the story behind the timeline that fills in many of the gaps that could work to solve the case.

  2. Litigation Consultant
  3. Focus on the Highlights It is important to focus on the highlights of the case. When the search is on for information and clues, the case can become bogged down with hundreds of little details. A litigation consultant can help sort things out, focusing on the highlights and determining which of the smaller details are important enough to include in the case.

  4. Know What Tools Are Available A civil litigation lawyer has many tools at their disposal that can help support a client's defense. Graphics, presentation techniques and trial technology can all be used to present evidence in a clear and concise fashion, making it easier for the judge and jurors to understand.

  5. Low-Quality vs. High Tech The right litigation consultant has the tools to offer technical, high-quality forms of information that can help win a case. Low-quality presentations can be confusing and actually cost some attorneys their case.

  6. Hire a Litigation Consultant As Early As Possible Don't wait to hire a litigation consultant. Having them on hand at the beginning of the discovery process will help speed things along and keep things organized and looking professional.


Keating and Lyden

Keating & Lyden LLC was founded by attorneys-at-law, Robert J. Keating, and Thomas P. Lyden and is based in Boulder, Colorado, and Bellingham, Washington. The attorneys specialize in providing legal advice in real estate matters to businesses and individuals pertaining to real estate management and operation including: tenancy in common agreements, partition agreements, real estate financing, homeowner’s associations and land use issues. They also provide the highest quality legal services to small business owners and entrepreneurs.

Comments are closed