WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 8, 2005--eJury,
L.L.C., an Arlington, Texas-based company offering state-of-the-art
electronic jury consultation services, and Winning Works, L.L.C. , a
Washington, D.C.-based consulting firm offering advanced trial
strategies for attorneys, today announced a joint venture that will
provide trial attorneys with jury analysis and feedback. As a result
of this partnership, trial attorneys will be able to help determine
key opinions among the targeted jury pool, and be aware of them
before the jury is seated.
The new venture,
combining the best of technology and people from both companies,
will test jurors in numerous venues around the country to help
discover preconceived notions they have about product liability
cases, class actions, malpractice cases, and more. Jury feedback
analysis will be used to determine the most favorable methods to
present issues to juries in an effort to win the case.
"As a trial lawyer, I know some jurors are predisposed to siding
with a particular issue or a certain party before they ever walk
into the courtroom," said Chris Bagby, CEO of eJury. "This new
venture will allow us to team with some of the nation's best
attorneys and trial consultants to discover how to proactively
identify the pertinent information for a jury trial."
The joint agreement between the companies will include three
geographic segments in the country - counties with less than 200,000
residents, counties with between 200,000-999,000 residents, and
counties with over 1,000,000 residents. The jurors will be selected
based upon the actual demographics of the county they reside in,
including race, gender, household income, age, educational
background, and more.
"Never before have we been able to test such a large segment of
the population on so many pivotal issues," said Richer Jenson of
Winning Works. "Not only will our results reveal the best venue
choices generally, but they will show which trial themes work in
eJury, founded in 2000 and headquartered in Arlington, TX, is the
industry leader in online mock jury and focus group research. With a
national database of jurors, eJury can provide valuable pre-trial
feedback from virtually any venue in the nation to help attorneys
develop case themes, test jury arguments, find the facts to
emphasize, and discover public attitudes. By utilizing large numbers
of participants, eJury also provides attorneys with empirical
evidence of the case value, thereby confirming realistic evaluations
or dissuading unreasonable expectations. For more information, visit
eJury online today at http://www.ejury.com/.
About Winning Works
When it comes to a winning trial strategy, experience counts.
That is the premise of Winning Works(TM), the advanced trial
strategy firm with winning expertise in every facet and phase of
trial preparation. Five nationally recognized plaintiff attorneys
and trial consulting pioneers joined together to form Winning Works.
Greg Cusimano, David Wenner, David Bossart, Ed Lazarus and Richard
Jenson have combined their research, expertise and instincts to
offer a comprehensive, integrated menu of trial strategy and
litigation support services based on the Jury Bias Model(TM). The
result is Winning Works(TM) - The trial strategy solution for the
21st Century. More information about Winning Works is at http://www.winningworks.com/.