In a five-week trial where a dozen witnesses are presented solely by video, the most critical person in the courtroom is often your trial technician. That was our trial in Plymouth: most of the testimony came not from the witness stand, but from the desk of Ian McWilliams, right next to counsel table; of the 10,000 pages of exhibits, Ian was the master of projecting, highlighting and annotating on the fly any page that we needed to call up. Ian – and his attention to detail, work ethic, and experienced sense for trial strategy — was a crucial part of our trial team and to the $63 million verdict on behalf of our clients.
The most critical person in the courtroom is often your trial technician
Trial Counsel, Reckis v. Johnson & JohnsonMeehan, Boyle, Black & Bogdanow, P.C.