Do not tell fish stories where the people know you; but particularly, don’t tell them where they know the fish.
Mark Twain – American Author, Adventurer & Humorist
Mark Twain knew an engaging, well crafted story is critical to both compel and disarm a dubious audience. In litigation, that story must also compel on multiple levels – with familiar context, emotional connection, sense of “right” and factual credibility, via clear and concise presentation. Dave Nugent’s visual strategy consultation can shape a dizzying array of arcane facts into accessible and meaningful story – else the juror may throw the fish back.