About Us
Above all, we are lawyers who use our passion for the law to develop evolving strategies and techniques to help lawyers succeed. In order to implement our strategies, we often design custom multimedia visuals to maximize our clients' communication at mediation, arbitration, or trial. Our goal is to help attorneys create an engaging story by using evidence in innovative and creative ways. With more and more attorneys taking advantage of technology in litigation, we ensure that our clients are always far ahead of the curve.

As the legal system struggles to adapt to 21st century technology, we provide more than just great graphics. We constantly strive to create new methods of thought regarding litigation by leading the field in persuasive litigation visuals.











"I was very happy to have the opportunity to employ WIN Interactive in the presentation of the Skakel trial. . . . The use of the multimedia presentation required me to organize [and prepare] . . . my closing argument way ahead of time. . . . It certainly did make my argument a lot more effective and it certainly got the attention of the jury."

Jonathan Benedict State's Attorney Fairfield County, Connecticut
"It was so important to get the jury to visualize what happened at the scene; through your hard work we were able to accomplish just that. The work WIN did on this case clearly impacted the outcome as it brought the victim’s testimony to life. As the judge pointed out, the visual evidence 'will leave a lasting impression on the jury.'”

Michael Moore State’s Attorney Beadle County, South Dakota
". . . The computer presentation . . . not only resulted in what I consider to be an amazing presentation of the evidence, but equally as important, it assisted me to better understand the case. . . . [T]he victim's family . . . [was] very impressed with our preparation. . . . [T]he defense attorney . . . was not only impressed with the computer presentation, but was admittedly hesitant to try the case with such overwhelming evidence."

Pat Haggan Assistant District Attorney Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office Boston, MA
"When you employ multimedia at trial . . . you look like a better lawyer, because you are a better lawyer."  

Joshua Wall First Assistant District Attorney Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office Boston, MA
"It was like using a Star Wars Light Saber versus a twig. I will never present a case without using something like the interactive timeline that you created for my arbitration. Thanks.”

Marc Breakstone Breakstone, White and Gluck, PC Boston, Massachusetts
"'The jury is going to love it,' admitted the opposing lawyer when she saw our presentation up on the screen. Two days later the case settled for 1.8 million dollars. $1,000,000 more than the best previous offer. Since that first experience, I have used WIN Interactive on every big case I have."

Richard Sullivan Sullivan & Sullivan, LLP Wellesley, Massachusetts
"WIN Interactive’s state-of-the-art, multimedia demonstrations are a compelling and highly effective technique for the successful presentation of evidence."

Andrew C. Meyer, Jr. Lubin & Meyer, PC Boston, Massachusetts
"The turning point was when we called the defendant as a witness and went through her own extensive notes. Since we projected them onto a screen, the jury got to see us establish our case and refute her defenses with her own records."

Daniel Heffernan Kotin Crabtree & Strong Boston, Massachusetts 7th Largest Massachusetts Verdict 2005
"In over thirty years of involvement as an employee of the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office, I have had occasion to attend various seminars and conferences in regard to . . . proper prosecution. None of this prior training was better than the training you conducted here at Norfolk District Attorney’s Office last Friday in regard to visual aids in the courtroom . . . You more than lived up to our expectations when we requested you conduct this training. We look forward to working with you in the future."

Dennis Mahoney First Assistant District Attorney Norfolk District Attorney's Office Canton, Massachusetts
"Thank you so much for the presentation on using evidence in an effective and innovative manner. Your artful exhibition of how high-end media can be used to strengthen case presentation was superb, and underscored the necessity of thinking around corners when preparing a case for trial. Truly, your class was one of the best eye-opening and professionally expanding presentations I have seen for some time."

Chris Toth
Limone v. FBI - $101.7 Million - The largest verdict in 2007. Lopez v. Caterpillar - $56.3 Million Personal Injury Mediation Settlement (name withheld) - $3.8 Million in 2008. State v. Skakel - Kennedy cousin for 27-year old cold-case murder of Martha Moxley. Rhode Island v. Thomas, et al. - Defended the Narragansett Indian Tribe against smoke-shop raid. Brown Rudnick v. Commonwealth - Successfully defended the Commonwealth from a claim for billions of dollars in attorneys fees for tobacco litigation. Brann v. Mini-Coach of Boston Inc. - Bus Crash Case - 14th largest settlement of 2004 for $3.7 Million. Vawter v. Wormser - 7th largest verdict of 2005 for $4 Million. Limone v. FBI - $101.7 Million - The largest verdict in 2007. Lopez v. Caterpillar - $56.3 Million - Personal Injury / Products Liability. Personal Injury Mediation Settlement (name withheld) - $3.8 Million in 2008. State v. Skakel - Kennedy cousin for 27-year old cold-case murder of Martha Moxley. Rhode Island v. Thomas, et al. - Defended the Narragansett Indian Tribe against smoke-shop raid. Brown Rudnick v. Commonwealth - Successfully defended the Commonwealth from a claim for billions of dollars in attorneys fees for tobacco litigation. Brann v. Mini-Coach of Boston Inc. - Bus Crash Case - 14th largest settlement of 2004 for $3.7 Million. Vawter v. Wormser - 7th largest verdict of 2005 for $4 Million. "I was very happy to have the opportunity to employ WIN Interactive in the presentation of the Skakel trial. . . . The use of the multimedia presentation required me to organize [and prepare] . . . my closing argument way ahead of time. . . . It certainly did make my argument a lot more effective and it certainly got the attention of the jury."

Jonathan Benedict State's Attorney Fairfield County, Connecticut
"It was so important to get the jury to visualize what happened at the scene; through your hard work we were able to accomplish just that. The work WIN did on this case clearly impacted the outcome as it brought the victim’s testimony to life. As the judge pointed out, the visual evidence 'will leave a lasting impression on the jury.'”

Michael Moore State’s Attorney Beadle County, South Dakota
". . . The computer presentation . . . not only resulted in what I consider to be an amazing presentation of the evidence, but equally as important, it assisted me to better understand the case. . . . [T]he victim's family . . . [was] very impressed with our preparation. . . . [T]he defense attorney . . . was not only impressed with the computer presentation, but was admittedly hesitant to try the case with such overwhelming evidence."

Pat Haggan Assistant District Attorney Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office Boston, MA
"When you employ multimedia at trial . . . you look like a better lawyer, because you are a better lawyer."  

Joshua Wall First Assistant District Attorney Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office Boston, MA
"It was like using a Star Wars Light Saber versus a twig. I will never present a case without using something like the interactive timeline that you created for my arbitration. Thanks.”

Marc Breakstone Breakstone, White and Gluck, PC Boston, Massachusetts
"'The jury is going to love it,' admitted the opposing lawyer when she saw our presentation up on the screen. Two days later the case settled for 1.8 million dollars. $1,000,000 more than the best previous offer. Since that first experience, I have used WIN Interactive on every big case I have."

Richard Sullivan Sullivan & Sullivan, LLP Wellesley, Massachusetts
"WIN Interactive’s state-of-the-art, multimedia demonstrations are a compelling and highly effective technique for the successful presentation of evidence."

Andrew C. Meyer, Jr. Lubin & Meyer, PC Boston, Massachusetts
"The turning point was when we called the defendant as a witness and went through her own extensive notes. Since we projected them onto a screen, the jury got to see us establish our case and refute her defenses with her own records."

Daniel Heffernan Kotin Crabtree & Strong Boston, Massachusetts 7th Largest Massachusetts Verdict 2005
"In over thirty years of involvement as an employee of the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office, I have had occasion to attend various seminars and conferences in regard to . . . proper prosecution. None of this prior training was better than the training you conducted here at Norfolk District Attorney’s Office last Friday in regard to visual aids in the courtroom . . . You more than lived up to our expectations when we requested you conduct this training. We look forward to working with you in the future."

Dennis Mahoney First Assistant District Attorney Norfolk District Attorney's Office Canton, Massachusetts
"Thank you so much for the presentation on using evidence in an effective and innovative manner. Your artful exhibition of how high-end media can be used to strengthen case presentation was superb, and underscored the necessity of thinking around corners when preparing a case for trial. Truly, your class was one of the best eye-opening and professionally expanding presentations I have seen for some time."

Chris Toth