WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 2004 – LAWFUEL – Law technology, legal, law firm …

WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 2004 – LAWFUEL – Law technology, legal, law firm news – See for yourself why the BBC is touting the latest in technology for the courtroom to an audience of hundreds of millions worldwide. Short answer: a quiet technological revolution is underway in high-stakes court cases. This story is currently running on BBC TV around the world and is featured on the BBC’s web news show, ClickOnline
at: http://www.ereleases.com/pr/animators.html .

Exclusively focusing on one firm that is delivering high-tech services in
the courtroom everyday, this story highlights Animators at Law, based in
Washington, DC.

Animators at Law (http://www.animators.com) revolutionized the litigation
industry in 1995 when it became the first attorney-owned and operated
litigation consulting firm offering such high-tech trial aids as computer
animation, high-end trial exhibits and trial technology. Today, the firm has
amassed a client base that includes the majority of America’s top law firms,
including 15 of the top 20.

In just under a decade, Animators has produced graphics for trials with a
cumulative value of over $2 trillion dollars. In the last year alone,
Animators has consulted on more cases with over $1 billion at stake than those
with less.

In the words of the firm’s CEO & Founder, Kenneth J. Lopez, J.D., a
lawyer, animator and artist himself, “The reason we are used in so many large
cases is due to our understanding of jury psychology. More than two-thirds of
the general population learns best visually. If a top litigator relies only
on his or her voice to teach and persuade their jury, they are likely losing
most of their jurors and even most judges. Animators at Law bridges that
communication gap with sophisticated graphics that enhance the value of a
litigator’s words by over 650% when measured by comprehension and retention.”
Mr. Lopez adds, “Why hire Animators at Law? Just ask yourself, would you
rather learn about a sophisticated patented technology by having someone talk
to you about it on the telephone or seeing it on TV? Obviously, everyone
learns faster and more easily when spoken and visual messages are combined.”

In the last 12 months, Animators has worked with such high-profile firms
as: Akin Gump et al.; Amazon.com; Anheuser-Busch; AOL; Dynegy; FirstEnergy;
Halliburton; Holland & Knight; Honeywell; Jones Day; Kirkland & Ellis; Liberty
Mutual; McDermott, Will & Emery; MedTronic; Morgan Stanley; Paul, Hastings et
al.; Ricoh; Skadden Arps et al.; Tyco; VISA; & Whirlpool.

To find out why the nation’s top law firms and corporations rely on
Animators to convey complex information to judges and juries in high-stakes
litigation, contact the firm’s CEO, Kenneth J. Lopez, J.D., through his
assistant Heather Foster at 703.548.1799 x100 or [email protected]

Web Site: http://www.animators.com

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