Case Study: Robinson v. U-Haul
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Commercial, Complex Business
Plaintiff Counsel: Freeman & Freeman
“Silly Trade Secrets”

Problem:
Plaintiff counsel wanted to show jurors U-Haul’s contract practices to underscore the firm’s use of malicious prosecution to prevent competition.

Solution:
We designed a number of graphics and animations, including this one (truncated) that integrates documents, photos and depositions, showing the jury the absurdity of U-Haul’s supposedly proprietary “trade secrets” on which they based their prior litigation.

The jury returned a verdict in favor of our client.

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