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IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 24 – Helene Wasserman on The Impact of Mentors

Helene Wasserman shares the roles mentors have played in her own career and the value of mentors for firms and the industry.

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IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 23 – Helene Wasserman on Advancing Culture and DEI Initiatives Remotely

Helene Wasserman shares how to advance culture, diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives in a remote working environment.

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IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 22 – Helene Wasserman on Trends in Litigation Post-COVID

Helene Wasserman shares how law firms are continuing to advance cases and legal proceedings in a remote environment.

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Helping Jurors Make Sense of Complex Cases

Senior Strategy Advisor and Jury Consultant, Chris Ritter, discusses how to simplify complex cases and the topics that surround them.

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COVID-19’s Impact on the Commercial Litigation Community and the Shift Toward Remote Events

COVID-19's impact on commercial litigation, the shift to virtual events, and how firms are working through complexities amid the pandemic.

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COVID-19’s Impact on the Commercial Litigation Community and the Shift Toward Remote Events

COVID-19's impact on commercial litigation, the shift to virtual events, and how firms are working through complexities amid the pandemic.

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What Makes Your Expert Witness the Best Witness? Social Science Research Highlights the Roles of Credibility and Influence

The science behind what factors to consider when selecting an expert witness and ensuring that they are viewed as credible, likable, and knowledgeable.

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A Corporation as an Expert Witness?

The Delaware Chancery Court recently addressed a novel question that bordered on the metaphysical (or, perhaps more appropriately, the absurd): May a party designate a corporation to serve as an expert witness? Continue reading to learn how the court handled this peculiar expert witness request.

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Should Admittance of Expert Evidence Have a Price

Should the right to admit expert evidence in civil litigation have a price?  Should courts be able to restrict reliance on expert evidence, subject to the lowest bidder?

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A Scientific Weapon for the Courtroom

Think the eyes are windows to the soul? If so, you may want to reconsider that notion, as a recently released scientific study challenges commonly held beliefs and intuition regarding the importance of facial expression in conveying emotion. Cues from the body, as it turns out, are more powerful than facial expressions when it comes to perceiving intense emotions, according to the study results.