Learn more about our temporary office space for trial prep.
Because where you work during trial can have a direct impact how well you do.
According to a New York times article, law firms routinely make use of temporary office space when on trial in different cities, or even if their main office is in the same city as the courthouse, but inconveniently located. For example, if the firm’s main office is in Midtown and they are in trial Downtown in the Southern District in Manhattan.
The Times reports that lawyers often prefer to rent office space, rather than a hotel, because the infrastructure they need (secure, reliable data, office equipment, etc.) is already in place, giving trial lawyers more privacy than a hotel, with a more reliable set-up.
According to a Minneapolis IP lawyer, the need the need for adequate physical space is no laughing matter or minor inconvenience. It can have a direct impact on how you do at trial.