Trying Your Case on a Budget – How to Handle A Trial Without a Large Budget

16 Sep , 2022

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Litigators often spend thousands of dollars for fancy software and trial consultants. But not every case justifies the expense because the injuries and damages do not justify those expensive. There are ways to try cases with a limited budget. 

In this program, attendees will learn how to use trial technology they have in their office, including products such as Microsoft Office 365, Adobe Acrobat, and more. They will also learn about inexpensive products that work on mobile devices, receiving practical advice from an attorney who has used the technology to level the playing field against well-funded opponents.

 

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