We support lawyers to litigate effectively. Our infographics are used to effectively communicate about technical or legal complexity before the courts. Our visuals are used in court proceedings (first instance and appeal) and arbitrations.
Our visuals have been used in a wide array of cases and situations. We have supported lawyers in cases about insolvency law, directors liability, breach of contract, patent litigation, jurisdiction issues, (preliminary) witness hearings, international arbitration, fraud allegations and many more.
How we work
Our team consists of experienced lawyers and designers. Together with the litigation team (and their client) we agree on a legal design strategy. On that basis we start designing visuals that can be implemented in the written submissions or pleading notes.
Litigation during COVID-19: visuals for the win
Due to COVID-19, many court hearings are being held using video conferencing platforms. The dynamics of these virtual hearings are rather different compared to presence in a physical courtroom.
How to successfully present your arguments through a computer screen?
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Some of our clients
“Telling our story in the clearest possibble way”
“The team of Patroon Legal Design has been of tremendous help to us in the preparation for a court hearing. We needed to guide the court through very complicated calculations. Their designs were very helpful to tell our story in the clearest possible way.
Above all, the team was a joy to work with. They were very responsive, open in their communication, flexible and delivered all products timely. We appreciated that they often offered to pop over for a meeting to discuss the progress of and changes to the product.
What makes Patroon Legal Design stand out is that they know the pressure and unpredictability of the legal practice and adapt their own schedule to accommodate our timetable.”
Charlotte Spierings Lawyer at Clifford Chance
“Visuals make a difference”
‘I always notice how visuals make a difference during litigation. The judges are often really enthusiastic if they are presented with a visual overview of a complex case. They often use these visuals as starting point during court hearing to ask questions and to arrange arguments.’
Roelien van den Berg Partner at SSHJ Advocaten