Nicholas Hariton - Imaging Presentation Partners

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Nicholas Hariton

Imaging Presentation Partners

350 S. Figueroa Street, Suite 505

Los Angeles, CA 90071


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Imaging Presentation Partners: A Trial Consulting and Multimedia Company

Nicholas T. Hariton has been the Managing Director & Counsel of Imaging Presentation Partners since 1994.  With more than a decade of experience as a Trial Consultant, he is a well-respected leader in the field. 

Mr. Hariton revolutionized the practice of Trial Consulting by placing Trial Consultants in the role of trial technicians operating multimedia presentation systems in court.  The apparent social status differential enables the jury consultant to effectively observe and analyze juror reaction to testimony and evidence presentation.  

Coming from O’Melveny & Myers, LLP, where he served as a bank-side LBO lawyer in the Bank and Financial Institutions Group, Mr. Hariton formed Imaging Presentation Partners in 1994. 

Mr. Hariton began his Trial Consulting career with the first successful litigation againstMicrosoft Corporation (Stac Electronics v. Microsoft Corporation) and has assistedExxon Mobil in its successful Municipality Diverted Services trial in Anchorage, Alaska.  He has crafted “juror friendly” trial presentations for hundreds of Trial Teams throughout the country.  Mr. Hariton’s most recent innovation is TrialTouch, a dynamic new technology that transforms the Expert Witness into professor and raconteur. 

Mr. Hariton has spoken, been a panelist and demonstrated the use of multimedia technology at numerous meetings of attorneys, including: The Technology Committee of the Litigation Section of the State Bar of California; The Trial Advocacy Institute; The ABA Annual Meeting, Litigation Section; The Woman Advocate; The 64th Annual Meeting of the California Judges Association; The Association of the Bar of the City of New York; The Association of Business Trial Lawyers; The Practicing Law Institute “Use of Demonstrative Exhibits in Patent Litigation;” The Practicing Law Institute “Demonstration and Critique of a Closing Argument Including Tips on Persuasion from a Jury Consultant;” October 2004, Tyler & Wilson, LLP, Nursing Home Administrator Program, “Defensive Litigation Strategies for Long Term Care Providers,” March 2007; and most recently, the 4th Annual Eminent Domain National Conference: A Retrospective on Kelo, April 2007.

Nicholas Hariton is also a charter member of the Board of Governors of the Organization of Legal Professionals (the "OLP").  The Board consists of a highly distinguished panel of 26 members from throughout the United States and Great Britain.  The OLP drives education, best practices and provides professional certifications for those involved in the practice support of complex litigation.

Undergraduate: University of California at Berkeley, University of Southern California Law School
Practice Areas: Law Pros > Trial Consultant
Gender: Male
City of Residence: Los Angeles
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Although the jury is instructed to only consider testimony given during trial, it would be naïve to expect that they would be unaffected by behaviors observed outside of the courtroom. Jury Research and Post-Trial Interviews have shown repeatedly that the jury notices many details that escape the trial attorney’s eye.
Posted by Nicholas Hariton on 11.5.11 in Articles.

Here is a list of the notable trials that Imaging Presentation Partners (IPP) has won over the years.
Posted by Nicholas Hariton on 11.18.11 in Litigation - Verdicts.

The most recent update and news happening with Imaging Presentation Partners (IPP)
Posted by Nicholas Hariton on 11.18.11 in PR Web.

Here is the verdict of the Bob Marley case IPP worked on.
Posted by Nicholas Hariton on 11.18.11 in Litigation - Trial Docs.