"Enhancing the Art of Communication," Litigation-Tech LLC offers Zoom Hosting, Remote and In Person Trial Presentation, Courtroom Technology, Graphics, Video Services and Litigation Support. We don't tell you how to practice law — we just help you look good doing it.
Litigation-Tech can assist your trial team with Depositions, Settlement Conferences, Mediations, Arbitrations, Focus Groups, Mock Trials and of course, Bench and Jury Trials.Call Toll Free 888-907-4434
Litigation-Tech LLC has been providing litigation support and legal technology services to law firms for over 20 years. A few of our Large and Complex Litigation Trials and High-Profile matters include the Los Angeles Dodgers (McCourt) Family Law trial, People v. Robert Blake Criminal Defense, Western MacArthur Asbestos case, and Johnson & Johnson Surgical Mesh Trial.
Litigation-Tech LLC is among the first and few to offer HIPAA-Compliant (encryption, enhanced security, and interpretation) Technical Bailiff and Trial Presentation services.
Managing Partner Ted Brooks has written hundreds of articles, is a popular CLE presenter, and has won numerous professional awards for his work. In addition to supporting remote, in person and hybrid trials, arbitrations, hearings and depositions, Ted is a Founding Advisory Board Member of The Online Courtroom Project, a collaborative group of professionals who have conducted and published a study on remote jury trials from voir dire to verdict, and have presented the NITA/OCP Summit.
Ted Brooks, Managing Partner
With a National Trial Consulting Network and offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco, Ted has provided trial presentation services in numerous high stakes and high profile matters, including the Los Angeles Dodgers divorce trial (with David Boies, Dennis Wasser, Bruce Cooperman, Mike Kump), People v. Robert Blake (with M. Gerald Schwartzbach), Western MacArthur v. USF&G ($3 Billion), MayCarmen v. WalMart (Defense Verdict), PG&E v. U.S., People v. Dr Hootan Roozrokh, Shropshire v. City of Walnut Creek ($27.5M), Liou v. Caltrans ($12.5M) and a number of others on both sides in civil, criminal and family law cases.
Ted has written and presented legal technology topics for many publications and groups, including the California State Judiciary, CAOC Forum Magazine, Plaintiff Magazine, The Advocate Magazine, For The Defense, Defense Comment, Journal of Court Reporting, SF Trial Lawyer Magazine, ASTC The Jury Expert, U.C. Berkeley, NITA, ABOTA, LawNet, ADC, DRI, ILTA, SFTLA, American Lawyer Conference, Paralegal SuperConference, Law Technology News, Law Office Computing, Litigation Educators, Lorman Seminars, several Bar Associations, Government Agencies, and law firms.
Ted provided in-house Firmwide Litigation Consultant services with Brobeck, Phleger and Harrison until the firm was winding down in 2002, when he was transferred to the firm’s Complex Litigation Group as a Paralegal. He began consulting to the firm on a large precedent-setting asbestos insurance matter, starting Litigation-Tech LLC at that time.
A few noteworthy trials in the “win column” for which Ted has personally provided “hot-seat” services include People v. Robert Blake (with M. Gerald Schwartzbach), Los Angeles Dodgers (McCourt) divorce trial (with David Boies), Western MacArthur v. USF&G ($3 Billion), May-Carmen v. Wal-Mart (Defense Verdict), and PG&E v. U.S. (Power Crisis Litigation)
Ted's years of in-house law firm experience with Brobeck brings your trial team a wealth of knowedge and confidence. He quickly assimilates into the trial team, and his extensive trial experience has proven to be a great asset in cases requiring the assistance of a fulltime, dedicated trial professional where no compromises are considered – in court and the war room.
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