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Case Animations

Long before YouTube and the ubiquitous nature of online video, The Session Law Firm was exploring innovative ways to use technology and, specifically, computer animation.  At the time, introducing animation in the courtroom was an anomaly and slightly risky.  But time-and-time again, juries and fellow attorneys agreed that our ability to tell a compelling story was enhanced through the use of technology and animation. In addition to trial use, many times animation is utilized to simply advance the interest of a client's position to help best represent their position.

At The Session Law Firm we will always look for the next-best way to tell a convincing story.  It’s what our clients have come to expect.

Below is a chorological sampling of animation used in past cases.

1991 - Morrison-Quirk Grain Corporation
The first animation used by The Session Law Firm. This was a high-risk, environmental litigation case involving groundwater contamination exceeding $50 million in claims. Read more and view animation.

1993 - Contract Freighters, Inc.
An animation used by The Session Law Firm to visually depict how our client's neighbor was responsible for contamination. Read more and view animation.

2002 - Kansas City Riverfront Park
The Kansas City Riverfront Park is the perfect example of a brownfields redevelopment project. To move forward on the redevelopment of the land, it was necessary to determine who would be financially responsible for remediation of the contamination on the site. Read more and view animations.

2002 - Leeds Power Plant
The client was an individual involved in a criminal enforcement defense case. Read more and view animation.

2004 - Sewage Treatment Plant
The client was a municipality working to prove the engineering firm that designed the sewage treatment plant was at fault for providing inadequate recommendations for materials used in construction of the plant for the realistic conditions the plant would experience. Read more and view animations.


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