The Ethical Use of Graphics

  • 27 Nov 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Krieg DeVault, One Indiana Square, 27th Floor, Room C4, Indianapolis, IN 46204

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  • The Ethical Use of Graphics
  • The Ethical Use of Graphics

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Earn the Ever Coveted Ethics Credit!

The CLE will discuss how graphics are a valuable litigation tool when they are used correctly. The CLE will touch on how to provide a visual aspect to the jury, so that they will be able to gain a better understanding and a more in-depth feel for what is going on in the case. The effectiveness of the demonstrative evidence is key to the success of a case. The CLE helps clarify what types of graphics are admissible. In order to be admissible they must be authenticated, be accurate, complete, fair, and relevant to the case. Graphics are used to help guide the jury, and assist them in understanding the important aspects of the case.

The Ethical Use of Graphics presented by Magna Legal Services

November 27, 2018, from noon to 1:00 pm. 

Locations:

Krieg Devault LLP

One Indiana Square, 27th Floor, Room C4, Indianapolis, IN  46204

(Live Speaker at above location)


Krieg Devault LLP

12800 North Meridian Street, Suite 300, Carmel, IN 46032

(Video Teleconference at above location)

 

Lee Diamondstein, ESQ

Vice President of Strategic Accounts

Lee Diamondstein has more than 21 years of experience in multiple segments of the legal industry, including roles as an attorney, litigation consultant and as Vice President of Sales in legal services firms. Lee holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Maryland, and is a 1993 graduate of Widener School of Law, where he was a member of both the Moot Court Honor Society and Law Review. Following law school graduation, he clerked for Judge Richard B. Klein in the Court of Common Pleas, First Judicial District of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the American Bar Association’s TIPS (Tort, Trial and Insurance Practice Section) and the Section of Litigation.

At the beginning his career as a clerk with the Court of Common Pleas, 1st Judicial District of Pennsylvania, Diamondstein also worked in a private law firm in Philadelphia, where his law practice concentrated on civil litigation, commercial litigation and criminal law. He consulted on hundreds of cases over the course of his litigation service tenure; he lectured and led CLE courses for various bar associations. While serving as an adjunct professor at Widener University School of Law Lee instituted Widener’s first course of its kind: “Impact of Technology on the Law”.


Ross Suter, ESQ

AVP, Litigation Solutions

Ross Suter is an Assistant Vice President of Litigation Solutions and the Associate General Counsel of MagnaLegal Services. Mr. Suter is a resident of the firm’s Philadelphia and New York offices. After practicing as a litigator in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for several years, he turned his attention to litigation consulting services where he has been involved in the development of graphics and trial presentation strategies in hundreds of cases. His work includes partnering with members of the trial team to develop themes and case strategies that persuade juries, judges and arbitration panels. 

Mr. Suter has personally tried and consulted on cases in a wide variety of practice areas from intellectual property to commercial litigation to mass tort matters. He has experience working with AMLAW 200 firms, as well as, small litigation and boutique law firms in small exposure to bet the company matters. This experience has provided him with a unique insight into how jurors and judges process information.

He is a frequent lecturer of Continuing Legal Education seminars at law firms, law schools and legal associations on the use of litigation strategy, graphics, and trial presentation solutions to maximize results in adversarial proceedings. Mr. Suter is a frequent contributor of articles involving litigation consulting issues. Further, over the course of the last several years he has developed an expertise in the use of social media and its impact on jury selection and monitoring.

Mr. Suter received his Juris Doctorate from Widener University School of Law, a Master of Science from Villanova University and a Bachelor of Arts from McDaniel College. He is a member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey State Bars.


1 hour of CLE available for this event. No lunch provided. 

IPA Members may use their membership bonus of 1 hour of free CLE for this event. 

Registration Code for members wishing to use their member benefit: 

Free CLE-5


 

   

  

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