Tony Canzanella is a founding Partner of TrialGraphix and is based in the Princeton office. Tony has provided strategic trial consulting, case concept analysis and presentation design for over 23 years. He is an expert in the visualization of complex ideas and the formulation of persuasive presentations. Tony is especially adept in the development of detailed tutorials designed to teach complex concepts through the use of custom graphic solutions, compelling design, and interactive media.
Tony has consulted on well over 300 engagements in almost every major area of litigation, including: patent infringement, commercial litigation, securities fraud, environmental contamination and remediation, anti-trust/product liability, construction, public utilities/energy, air safety & transportation and manufacturing.
Over his 23 year career many AmLaw 100 firms have turned to Tony to support some of their most important matters, including: Cyrix v. Intel; Becton Dickinson v. Critikon; Symbol Technologies v. Lemelson (re: Bar Code and Machine Vision patents); Ariad v. Eli Lilly; Compression Labs v. Adobe Systems, et al.; Chase v. Advanta; Amgen v. Roche; E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. v. Kolon Industries; Apple, Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
Representative clients include: Crowell & Moring; E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co.; Fish & Richardson; Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto; Goodwin Procter; Kaye Scholer; Kenyon & Kenyon; Kirkland & Ellis; McGuire Woods; Morgan, Lewis; Quinn Emanuel; White & Case.
Prior to RLM, Tony was Managing Director of FTI Consulting’s Trial Services practice in New York, Vice President in charge of operations for the New York office of TrialGraphix and an Art Director with the law firm of Fish & Neave.
Tony holds a B.A. in Visual Communications and Graphic Design from the State University of New York at Albany.