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Whether early or late in the game we rise to the challenges of class action cases

Given their scope, class action cases often overwhelm judges during the certification process and juries during trial. Finding the right way to visually organize your supporting data around themes and analogies can make a critical difference; and give judges and juries alike the toeholds they need to find in favor of your client.

“I retained The Focal Point to assist us in trying what eventually became the largest verdict ever in a class action securities broker misconduct case. The time and money I spent with them was the best investment I made in the case.”

Scott StarrScott Starr
Starr Austin & Miller, LLP

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