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PowerPoint Presentations

While other visual presentation applications provide far more flexibility in the "roll with the punches" trial environment, a well-developed PowerPoint slideshow can be very effective in the courtroom, especially in less interactive contexts such as opening statement, expert witness testimony, and closing argument.  But many attorneys use PowerPoint merely to list talking points as bullets, rather than to communicate important concepts to the judge and jury.  We'll help you move beyond bullet point text and put real power in your PowerPoint with illustration, motion and video.


PowerPoint for
Focus Group
PowerPoint for Markman Hearing
PowerPoint for
Mock Trial

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"We did the Markman yesterday in Tyler, Texas.  The graphics were very effective--and the video ran like a charm.  Thanks for all your help--we feel the Markman went well and we are going to get some favorable rulings.  Thanks again for all the hard work."
Robert Van Nest, Partner
Keker & Van Nest LLP, San Francisco