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Thomas & Thomas Court Reporters Provides Trial Presentation Services for Two-Week Patent Case in Federal Court

Thomas & Thomas Court Reporters Provides Trial Presentation Services for Two-Week Patent Case in Federal Court

Last month, during a two-week patent case in the United States District Court of Nebraska – Omaha, Thomas & Thomas Court Reporters provided trial presentation services for a local Omaha law firm and their New York co-counsel, in a matter heard before the Honorable Lyle E. Strom, and Jury.  The case demanded long days, late nights, and the precise presentation of electronic exhibits, demonstrative, and videotaped deposition testimony.  Thomas & Thomas's certified Trial Presentation Professional, Geoffrey S. Thomas, J.D., T.P.P., was in the hot-seat each day during direct and cross-examinations, and seamlessly assisted in presenting the plaintiff’s case using a combination of TrialDirector and PowerPoint softwares.  Each night Mr. Thomas assisted attorneys and paralegals with testimony outlines and PowerPoint presentations as they prepared for the next day's witnesses and exhibits.

 

Thomas & Thomas is Nebraska and Iowa's leader in trial presentation services.  Whether you are in Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs, Des Moines or beyond, as with our court reporting services, we can now also support your growing trial practice with our Trial Services Department.  From mediations to the courtroom, Thomas & Thomas can give you the technical support and courtroom expertise you need to win your next case.  We provide our clients with everything they need to create a visually persuasive presentation for any environment, including professional audio/visual equipment, video editing, synchronized videotaped deposition clips, and trial presentation software.  We also design digital timelines, as well as opening and closing presentations, to help you prove your case to the trier of fact.

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