INFORMATION TIPS THE SCALES...
Does this sound familiar? You must find that crucial information to win your case -- that document, fact, data, record, whatever.
But it's like looking for a needle in a haystack. You can't find it.
Meanwhile, you're wasting valuable time searching. It's not cost-efficient. You need to prepare your case. And frankly, you didn't become a lawyer to chase down impossible-to-find information.
You need an accomplished information investigator. You need me--Dr. John Miller.
Find Hard-to-Locate Information
- Uncover all the missing documents, even the ones you've never heard of.
- Track down records, databases, historical information--you name it.
- Follow every possible path to the information--all the way to the end.
- Interview every essential person.
- Prove who knew what when.
- Utilize sources and methods only information professionals know.
Evaluate Scientific Research
- Determine whether that study your opponent found really proves what it claims:
- Does it follow accepted scientific procedure?
- Do its results contradict what most other researchers have found?
- Find, analyze and summarize cutting?edge knowledge on any topic.
- Assess the statistical methods and the research design of any study.
- Blend complicated results into simple truths juries can both comprehend and remember.
- Determine what that database you obtained during discovery really shows.
- Query and distill the knowledge in all relevant expert databases.
- Perform statistical analyses of experimental and survey data.
- Explain the results so clearly that even people who hate math understand.
Perform Social Science Research
- Lead focus groups to find the hidden, hot issues.
- Conduct formal surveys to discover precisely what people think.
To See Examples of Dr. John Miller's Work