IMS COVID-19 Panel


The global COVID-19 pandemic has brought disruption across industries and markets, and created unprecedented challenges for commercial litigators and courts throughout the U.S.
To better understand how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the commercial litigation community, IMS ExpertServices conducted analysis and gathered input during the first half of April from more than 400 attorneys, in-house counsel, experts, and stakeholders throughout the commercial litigation community.

On April 30th, these findings and other key trends for commercial litigators will be discussed in a live virtual panel session featuring:
  • James Crane, Chief Revenue Officer at IMS ExpertServices
  • Rudhir Krishtel, Certified Co-Active Coach and Facilitator, Former Senior Patent Counsel at Apple, Former Partner at Fish & Richardson, IMS Thought Leader and Contributor
  • Nate Robson, Litigation Editor at ALM / The American Lawyer
  • Ty Sagalow, Founder & CEO, Innovation Insurance Group, IMS Thought Leader and Contributor
  • Eilene Spear, Operations and Project Manager at The National Law Review
Space is limited, and we encourage you to register now for this interesting and timely discussion.

IMS ExpertServices

IMS ExpertServices delivers consultative trial and expert services for the most influential global firms. Over nearly three decades and through more than 20,000 cases and well over 1,000 trials, clients have trusted IMS to equip them with the perspective and tools they need to help their clients succeed. With offices in the San Francisco Bay Area, Dallas, Pensacola, and New York, the company provides trial strategy consulting, jury consulting, trial graphics consulting, trial presentation consulting, and expert witness recruitment and management. IMS has earned nine consecutive rankings on the Inc. 5000 list, won recognition by The National Law Journal in six categories of its “Best of 2020” awards, by Corporate Counsel Magazine as winner in eight categories of its “Best of 2019” awards, and as “Go-To Thought Leader” for two consecutive years by The National Law Review.