Demonstrative Advocacy:

Understanding and Constraining Partiality in Adjudication.

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"The Demonstrative Advocacy Model goes a long way in constraining subjective interpretations, reducing acrimony, and expediting settlement."

The Honourable Madam Justice Ellen M. MacDonald, Ontario Superior Court of Justice

See Treyes v. Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation [2007] O.J. No. 2772

Combating Bias in Litigation

Bias exists in every person and is based on his or her life experience. Bias occurs in the courtroom because judges' life experiences have a significant impact on any hearing. Language-based evidence, in particular, is subject to this unfortunate reality.

Demonstrative Advocacy - Understanding and Constraining Partiality in Adjudication presents a ground-breaking scientific solution to this centuries-old issue. Demonstrative Advocacy replaces mere language-based evidence with strategically combined words and images to accurately communicate your client's true conditions and substantiate your case theory.

Author Hassan Fancy, certified as a Specialist in Civil Litigation, is currently co-lead counsel in an unprecedented $3.5 billion dollar class action lawsuit against the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation representing pathological gamblers. Using Demonstrative Advocacy, he successfully sued the OLGC in 2007 on the same grounds asserted in the class action.

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