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Need a Clear Roadmap for Successful Trial Strategy?

January 13, 2016 // Law, News and Views // No Comments

January 13, 2016 By Amy Singer, Ph.D., and Kemberlee Bonnet, M.A. Part 1 Have you ever conducted a Decision Navigation® research study? It’s an excellent tool that allows researchers to plan a very detailed decision tree for successful litigation strategy. […]

Applied Kabbalah: 10 Sacred Attributes to Integrate into Litigation – Part Four: Kindness

November 3, 2015 // News and Views // No Comments

November 2, 2015 By Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Kemberlee Bonnet  In our prior article we discussed the sacred attribute of Chokmah, which translates to “wisdom” (Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation – Part three: Wisdom, June 17, 2015), […]

Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation – Part three: Wisdom

June 17, 2015 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet In our most recent article we discussed the sacred attribute of Binah, (Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation – Part two: Understanding, May 5, 2015) which translates to […]

Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation: Part two

May 6, 2015 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet In our previous article we discussed Da’at, (Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation, March 12, 2015) which translates to “knowledge” and we discussed the importance of connecting knowledge […]

Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation – Part one: Knowledge

March 12, 2015 // Law // No Comments

  By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet The Kabbalah (קַבָּלָה‎) is an ancient, complex and respected Jewish study of how the universe and life work; it increases awareness and it is a way of connecting various aspects […]

Presenting to the jury: client’s delay in seeking treatment for damages

February 26, 2015 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet   It is not uncommon in personal injury cases for the injured individual to delay seeking medical treatment after an incident. Why is that?  The fact is that injured persons often […]

Social media delayed: a case of life and death

September 30, 2014 // Law, Social Media // No Comments

By Jo-Ellan Dimitrius, Ph.D., Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Diana Greninger Jury selection for Jodi Arias sentencing phase began this Monday in Arizona.  Given this case’s publicity, social media has once again come into question.  As citizens, we must ask ourselves, […]

Cuing Positive Memory Recall With Jurors

June 17, 2014 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D. Hypnotists, behavioral modification counselors, specialists in neurolinguistic programming, and similar professionals are knowledgeable about, and employ, various highly powerful psychological techniques to convince, persuade, and influence others. Some of these techniques are directly applicable for use […]

The power of discovering the argument to which there is no counterargument

May 29, 2014 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Diana Greninger What is the key to winning a jury trial?  Finding the argument to which there is no counterargument…and making sure the jury understands it clearly.

Are you de-selecting the wrong jurors?

March 6, 2014 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet When it comes to voir dire, attorneys have to de-select from the venire members they are “dealt.” It is similar to a game of Rummy. When your hand is dealt, you […]