Based in Washington, DC, Digital Evidence Group is the global leader of litigation support services. DEG's battle-tested trial consultants seamlessly support their clients from the beginning of their cases through trial, helping them win. DEG’s services include:
- Court Reporting / Stenography
- Legal & Non-Legal Videography
- High-Impact Graphics & Animation
- Database Creation & Management
- Video Deposition Syncing & Clips / 508 Compliance
- Equipment Procurement & Management
- On-Site Trial Consulting & Presentation
- Electronic Brief (eBrief) Creation
David Wiseman co-founded Digital Evidence Group in 2003 to help streamline the litigation support service industry. Mr. Wiseman manages DEG’s daily operations including client services, accounting, and vendor relations. He also heads the court reporting services division, specializing in complex and multidistrict litigation as well as class action lawsuits, both domestic and international. He has created and implemented procedures and quality control practices to effectively monitor deposition schedules and ensure that transcripts are delivered accurately and timely. Prior to forming DEG, Mr. Wiseman worked for Lexecon, an economic consulting firm, preparing experts for trial testimony. He later consulted for Accenture and Kana, managing IT projects for Fortune 100 companies including AllState Insurance, Ford, Sony and Washington Mutual. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in business operations from the University of Maryland.
Paul Hugo co-founded Digital Evidence Group and manages the trial services division. Mr. Hugo has vast experience with complex trial presentation and has acquired expertise in trial presentation software, synchronization, video encoding, courtroom and war room equipment procurement and management, document scanning and graphics management. During his career, he has been a consultant for more than 100 trials in many state and Federal courts, and is a member of the American Society of Trial Consultants. Prior to DEG, Mr. Hugo was a manager of complex patent litigation for two leading intellectual property law firms in Washington, DC, and later, a trial consultant managing courtroom presentations and developing presentation strategy. He received a bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University.
Daniel Bender is a litigation graphics and business development manager for Digital Evidence Group. He works with attorneys to develop visual strategies for trials creating effective graphics. He brings more than 10 years of trial experience, both as a graphic artist and lawyer, to DEG. After receiving a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he earned his J.D. and master’s in business administration from the University of Connecticut. He has studied communication design at the Corcoran College of Art + Design and has taken Edward Tufte’s course on Presenting Data and Information. Mr. Bender teaches legal technology, introductory litigation and advanced litigation at Georgetown University and is an advisory board member of Georgetown’s Paralegal Studies Program. He is a member of the New York, Washington, D.C., and Virginia bars.
Pierre Kressmann is a senior designer and trial consultant with Digital Evidence Group. He has more than fifteen years of graphics and digital media experience. Mr. Kressmann has developed concepts, graphics and animations for hundreds of cases in all areas of law. He has worked on large international matters with clients such as Bank of America, ExxonMobil, Microsoft, Nintendo, the National Football League, Samsung and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals. Prior to working at DEG, Mr. Kressmann was a litigation graphics design manager at Covington & Burling and a lead graphic designer at a national litigation consulting firm. He received a bachelor’s degree in painting and illustration from East Carolina University.
Alexander Rennick is a senior trial consultant with Digital Evidence Group. He works with attorneys to breakdown complex issues, creating persuasive graphics and presenting evidence in the courtroom in a compelling manner. He has participated in more than 100 high-stakes, high-profile matters including jury and bench trials, arbitrations, mediations and hearings. Mr. Rennick specializes in Intellectual Property and Antitrust litigation for fortune 500 companies such as Anheuser-Busch, General Electric, Caterpillar, Procter & Gamble, and Acushnet, the parent company for Titleist and FootJoy golf brands). Before joining DEG, Mr. Rennick was a senior trial technology consultant at Howrey, LLP for 16 years. He is an exceptional communicator with superior problem-solving skills and a keen sensitivity for deadlines and precision. He is skilled in all facets of trial technology presentation and has spent thousands of hours creating graphics and utilizing cutting-edge litigation technologies such as Sanction, TrialDirector, PowerPoint, Key Note and LiveNote. Before becoming a trial consultant, Mr. Rennick studied business at the University of Maryland.
Karine Beers is a litigation consultant and manages client development for Digital Evidence Group. She has more than 10 years of experience advising leading law firms and their clients on the most effective presentation strategies to use at trial and has worked on hundreds of cases over the years pertaining to all areas of law. She has taken Edward Tufte’s course on Presenting Data and Information and is a proven expert in effective information design for use in complex litigation matters. Karine routinely conducts CLE presentations to litigators nationwide regarding the use of digital case presentation in the courtroom. She received a Maîtrise en Droit, the French equivalent of a J.D., at the University of Nanterre in Paris, France, and a master’s of law (LLM) from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary.
Gabi Young is a senior designer and litigation consultant at Digital Evidence Group specializing in 2D / 3D illustrations and presentation designs. She is an award winning certified medical illustrator, receiving a citation of merit at the 2013 BioImages Award for graphics media in medical illustration. She has more than seven years of experience creating medical and biological illustrations and designs for use in all types of litigation with a focus on ITC cases. Prior to DEG, she worked as a graphic designer for a national litigation-consulting firm and was a graphic illustrator for the Journal of the American Medical Association. In 2007, she received a bachelor's degree in neuroscience with a minor in arts from the College of William & Mary, and in 2011 she received a master's degree in biomedical visualization from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is fluent in English, Brazilian Portuguese and Spanish.
Geoff Roberts is a senior trial consultant for Digital Evidence Group with 15 years of experience in the industry. Having worked on over 100 matters, he is an expert in presenting complex issues seamlessly in court using a variety of trial presentation software. Mr. Roberts has supported leading law firms in complex civil trials involving multiple parties such as Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.; United States of America v. Conrad M. Black, et al; Starr International Co. v. United States; and Haltom v Bayer Corp., among others. He also provides war room support in areas such as video synchronization, document imaging, and equipment setups. Mr. Roberts has managed video deposition synchronization and conversion, organized e-discovery projects, and drafted document coding manuals. He received a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Southern Mississippi and a J.D. from Tulane University Law School.
Kevin Gold is a video production specialist at Digital Evidence Group. He manages the digitization and synchronization of client depositions. He also assists the trial presentation division by creating designation clips and demonstratives for trial. He received a bachelor’s degree in sports communication and telecommunications from Indiana University.
Ashley Flowers is a litigation support specialist for Digital Evidence Group. Ms. Flowers manages the court reporting services production division, which includes editing, quality control and distribution of all final transcriptions. She assists in DEG’s daily operations and communications while serving as office manager.
She received a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2014.