Editor's Spring Poll

CUSTOMER INPUT is not just important, it is crucial to the continued success of the Jury Verdict Reporter.  We want to hear from you!  Please take a few minutes to consider your most recent business experience with the Jury Verdict Reporter, and tell us how we may better serve your practice.  Feel free to comment on the topics below, or any other matter relating to the service that we have provided to your firm, then return this form to Kirkton@lbpc.com. You need not include your contact information unless you would like to receive a response. Thank you.
 
 

  1. Are you familiar with the Jury Verdict Reporter’s newsletters?  If you do not currently subscribe to one of the JVR newsletters, why not?
 
 
  1. Do you always/sometimes/never report your civil case outcomes to JVR?  If not, why not?
 
 
  1. If you do submit case reports to JVR for publication, do you utilize our electronic case report form?  If not, why not?
 
 
  1. Do you use any other verdict/settlement resources other than the Law Bulletin’s Jury Verdict Reporter?  If so, which ones and why?
 
 
  1. Is there something JVR-related that would be useful to you that JVR does not currently provide?
 
 
  1. If you could change something about JVR—newsletters, research, anything—what would it be?
 
 
  1. Do you use the Jury Verdict Reporter’s call-in research service?  If you do, have you been satisfied with the turnaround time and delivery format?
 
 
  1. When do you typically use verdict and settlement information?  To make or respond to a settlement demand?  To prepare for alternative dispute resolution?  Or?
 
 
  1. How often do you research expert witnesses using the Jury Verdict Reporter?  1-5 times per year?  5-10 times per year?  More than 10 times per year?
 
 
  1. What additional information, if any, would you like to see included with your call-in research package that you do not currently receive?
 
 
  1. Any additional thoughts/comments/suggestions?
 
               John Kirkton, Editor, Jury Verdict Reporter
               Illinois Litigation Highlights www.juryverdictreporters.com