Mock Arguments & Litigation Analysis
When the stakes are at their highest, litigators have increasingly sought an objective, outside perspective to provide valuable feedback on briefs, oral arguments and fine-tune upcoming arguments. Not surprisingly, companies regularly choose FedArb’s panel of seasoned former judges and neutrals to help lawyers gain maximum advantage in how they frame their legal arguments. Attorneys can select a jurist who sat on the same District or Circuit court and is familiar with the judges or the demographics of the forum, or someone who reflects the subject matter knowledge of the decision-maker. FedArb’s panelists can provide crucial guidance to help craft arguments that will have maximum effect upon the decision-maker.
In addition, while individual feedback is obviously valuable, observing how a panel of three jurists discuss the arguments provides three-dimensional, real-time feedback as to how to best craft or arguments.
These mock exercises are also valuable to generals counsel and provide executives the ability to better understand the strengths and weaknesses, other positions and whether it makes sense to engage in settlement or mediation.
Where Mock Arguements are effective:
- Dispositive motions
- Appellate arguments
- Arguments before Arbitral Panels
“FedArb helped identify an ideal judge to participate in our mock exercise. As a result, we were able to hone our arguments and secure a complete victory for our client in the court of appeals.”
Howard Shapiro, Co-Chair, ERISA Litigation Practice Group, Proskauer
“FedArb help has been incredible in helping us select the right panelists for our mock bench trials. We get incredible insights from their panelist and FedArb’s service is excellent. They are our first choice.”
Johanna Carrane, President, JuryScope, Inc.
FedArb’s CEO discusses ways that clients are taking advantage of mock trials to improve their chances at litigation.