John Jay is a Technology Consultant for TrialGraphix. Based in Portland, OR., John has consulted on over 500 cases and has spent the last 18 years helping lawyers display their evidence to the trier-of-fact. He has worked on a wide array of matters ranging from wrongful death, sexual abuse, and medical malpractice to product liability, antitrust, and patent/trademark infringement
John’s strongest assets are his confident and calm demeanor in the courtroom and his ability to anticipate his client’s needs. His career started in Florida during the fledgling days of courtroom presentation and he has since gone on to hot seat over 225 trials, arbitrations, hearings, and mock trials.
Key cases include a landmark verdict against the Boy Scouts (Kerry Lewis v. Boy Scouts of America), the City of Seattle’s attempt to keep their NBA franchise (City of Seattle v. Pro Basketball LLC), a billion dollar class action farming case (Syngenta Class Action Litigation), a multi-million dollar antitrust case (Costco Wholesale Corp. v LG Display America, Inc.) and a victory in a landmark, gerrymandering trial (League of Women Voters v The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania).
John has worked with a number of the nation’s top firms, including K&L Gates, Boies, Schiller & Flexner, Perkins Coie, Quinn Emanuel, Munger, Tolles & Olson, and Finnegan, Henderson.
Prior to joining TrialGraphix, John worked with boutique presentation firms in Miami, Seattle and Portland.
John earned his B.A. in Broadcast Communications from Western Washington University.