Mock Arbitration Panel Research
Why Our Mock Arbitration Panel Studies Are So Helpful
- Designed to help the trial team create their most persuasive arguments before an arbitration panel in a matter of great importance
- Our study process can accurately and reliably identify the arguments and evidence that will most likely influence the real arbitrators favorably for your client
- Utilizes experienced or retired arbitrators with characteristics and background identical to the real arbitration panel
- The scientific methods used have been perfected over the past 30 years
The trial consultants with The Advocates were the first of the national trial consulting firms to offer a reliable process for the study of arbitration panel decision making in the United States. Our study process has many intricate parts and subtleties that result in obtaining information about how any particular arbitration panel will go about making a decision in a particular matter of great importance.
The Advocates can provide you with themes and recommendations for successful strategy in winning a case in arbitration. One of the most important questions when making decisions about settlement and mediation is, "What will the arbitration panel do?" While we cannot predict arbitrator decisions with certainty, we can obtain clear impressions and perceptions of how the real arbitration panel will perceive the issues in the case using state-of-the-art scientific research techniques, such as our mock arbitration panel hearing.
We can design a research study using the services of specially selected experienced arbitrators which will reveal the likely perceptions of the real panel of arbitrators while at the same time providing important information about development of a winning case if settlement talks fail and the case is arbitrated.
We have had great success in designing studies that help our clients understand how their arbitration panels would likely react to their arguments. As a result, we have been able to provide information about themes and strategies for presenting successful case presentations to specific panels of arbitrators.
We believe strongly that arbitrators always try to reach a decision that they deem to be fair and just. We also believe, however, that you as a litigant have the right to make use of the most advanced sources of scientific information in the process of developing a successful and persuasive presentation strategy.
About The Advocates
We are the nation's most experienced and successful team of professional trial consultants and jury consultants. Our firm offers you a powerful array of resources that can insure your best chance to prevail in litigation regardless of the venue or issues involved. We offer you the assistance of more than 40 highly skilled professional people, including 23 jury consultants and trial consultants in 17 office locations in major cities within the United States.
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Our reputation over the past 30 years has been built on a solid foundation of helping trial attorneys and corporate counsel like you achieve your goals of reliably and accurately assessing the strengths and weaknesses of your litigation cases and successfully persuading judges, juries and arbitrators in trial and arbitration.
The success of The Advocates can be traced to one principle: We provide creative and reliable solutions to litigation problems that meet your needs and exceed your expectations.
Our professional staff members live near our offices and also work in all venues in the United States. We are accessible to you wherever you live or wherever your litigation takes you. Our offices are located in Atlanta (Georgia), Chicago (Illinois), Dallas (Texas), Denver (Colorado), Fort Worth (Texas), Houston (Texas), Jacksonville (Florida), Los Angeles (California), Miami (Florida), New York (New York), Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), Phoenix (Arizona), San Diego (California), San Francisco (California), Tampa (Florida), Washington (D.C.), and West Palm Beach (Florida).
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