Discover how OPVEON's trial consultants help lawyers overcome common legal challenges, from inadequate preparation to ineffective communication and jury psychology, ensuring a comprehensive approach for a favorable trial outcome.
We are thrilled to celebrate 15 years in business, and in this blog post, we'd like to take you on a journey through our evolution, highlighting key moments, lessons learned, and our vision for the future.
Since 2019, OPVEON has awarded classroom scholarships to Oklahoma teachers through our OPVEONWARD scholarship program. Through this scholarship, we are committed to partnering with Oklahoma public school educators to provide supplies and other necessities for their classroom and students.
Not sure where to start on collecting data on your case? What data do you instruct your client to preserve? What collection method should be used and who should collect the data on the case? How best to only collect relevant data and save on E-Discovery collection and review costs?
Archival scanning converts physical records into digital format, reducing storage and retrieval costs while increasing accessibility, security, and protection. Opveon assists with organization, naming conventions, and integration into a document management system.
OPVEON Litigation Services, LLC, a full-service national litigation support and consulting firm, announces today that the parties have agreed to the terms under which OPVEON will acquire Litgistix, LLC, one of the largest document and data management companies in the region.
Juries pay close attention to the trial presentation and the manner in which it is run. Consider leaving the presentation to the experts at OPVEON and focus on doing what you do best: preparing your arguments for trial. Our consultants are equipped with the ability to better upload and organize exhibits, quickly locate specific pages within exhibits, and swiftly edit deposition clips.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision Tuesday, November 9, 2021, overturning a $465 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson in the first opioid litigation case to go to trial in the U.S. in the spring of 2019.
OPVEON is privileged to be a part of the legal team representing the State of New Mexico in the case of the State of Texas v. State of New Mexico, State of Colorado and the United States, an original jurisdiction case pending before the United States Supreme Court. This trial is the culmination of years of work throughout the discovery and pre-trial phases.
When OPVEON is hired to assist in jury selection, we evaluate each juror’s verbal and nonverbal responses to determine whether they will be a leader or follower. We work to determine whether jurors are knowledgeable about the topics of the case, assist you in designing questions to determine a juror’s potential to be biased to one side or the other, and we look for demographic indicators that will lead us to develop a full juror profile.
A site inspection video is a powerful and captivating piece of evidence that provides the judge and jury with complete accuracy, clarity, and understanding. From our experience, site inspection videos provide your case with a favorable impact.
Picture-in-Picture technology provides an effective way of capturing both the witnesses’ testimony and their interaction with the exhibit.
When preparing for a video conference, it is essential to prepare ahead of time. One great and simple way to ensure the video conference will run smoothly is to run an internet speed test.
Through the combination of imagery and spoken words, it is proven that information is significantly more retained and better understood. Ultimately, pairing the right visual mediums with your case will drive persuasion.
This article is written to serve as a summary of the precautions and safety measures that are being taken by various courts across the country. It is not all inclusive but contains a broad cross section of what jurors, attorneys and litigants should anticipate and expect should they be involved in a jury trial.
Virtual reality is essentially the only medium where the user gets to be a camera. This transformative shift in technology enables a juror to absorb a great understanding of a scene by experiencing a matter in 3D. With VR, a juror can obtain the most accurate perception of a scene ...
We have had numerous clients reach out to us asking for training materials or other information to assist them in preparing their witness for a video deposition utilizing Zoom.
With respect to jury research methods, many trial consultants have moved their practice from the traditional in-person focus groups to a virtual environment.
We utilize standard recruiting methods to ensure the panel is precisely consistent with the demographics of the trial venue.
It is crucial to prepare yourself and your witness for an upcoming remote deposition, to avoid a possible setback.
Shining the spotlight on Oklahoma's deep legal talents, woman-owned business hired as trial consultant to counsel for the President
Voir dire is the first opportunity jurors have to hear from you and the first opportunity you have to make a good impression.
The complexity of litigation is extremely difficult to communicate simply...
Software programs like Trial Director and Sanction are becoming commonplace in the courtroom...
What if you could hand a juror an iPad to deliberate with?
Trying a lawsuit is much more than calling witnesses to the stand...
Tulsa, Oklahoma – Opveon Litigation Services, LLC
Jury consulting is rapidly becoming popular in the legal industry and courtroom but have you ever wondered what exactly jury consultants do or why you should consider using one?
Jury research, if conducted properly, is an extremely effective tool that can be utilized by trial teams to assess the wide spectrum of reactions that are possible to the particular facts of a case.