Imagine... 
Imagine a case where you know the impact of human dynamics, in addition to the law and the issues...
Imagine a case where you understand the finder of fact, whether arbitrators, mediator, judge or jury...
Imagine a case where you have had the opportunity to try several theories or themes and can select the one that is most effective prior to going to trial, arbitration, or mediation...
Imagine knowing which jurors to accept because they have a statistical probability to support your case - and which to challenge because they will be hostile...
Imagine relying on scientific procedures, psychological analysis of fact finder responses, and critical, professional polling of the community, instead of decision making based on myths, biases, and stereotypes...
Imagine having all this knowledge before you take a deposition, during discovery, before mediation, before arbitration, and, of course, before trial...

Magnus’ partners are Dr. Melissa Pigott and David Fauss. Since 1993, Magnus has provided customized, scientifically designed mock trials, focus groups, and survey research, as well as jury selection and witness preparation. We have worked in 26 states, including almost every county in our home state of Florida. 

Call us today, tell us about your case, and let us custom design the best methodology for you.

(954) 784-0110

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  • Whistleblowing isn’t easy
    Much has been in the news lately about people blowing whistles on allegations of corruption and abuse. Without discussing these specific situations, I want to address the act of sounding an alarm, or blowing a whistle. I have written something on this previously, but it warrants revisiting. I will start by saying that, if you […]
  • Pro bono work – why do it
    In the almost 30 years David and I have owned and operated Magnus Research Consultants, we have been privileged to work on several high profile pro bono cases. Pro bono means “for the public good” and it is usually performed by attorneys for free, that is, at no cost to their clients. Many lawyers are […]
  • Social Media Monitoring doesn’t end when the jury is seated
    Background checks conducted of prospective jurors are becoming, or should be becoming, routine. We’ve written about this before, see http://magnusinsights.com/2019/01/juror-background-checks/. Though there are some constraints on these practices imposed by courts and each state’s bar rules, they are here to stay. When I say “background checks,” I am referring to searches of both public information […]

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