I’m so pleased to re-introduce myself to this select group of former SDNY AUSAs and am grateful to Ed Little for posting this. We enjoy a long friendship from the early years we worked together at SDNY.
Back then my firm (formerly Hayes/Kough Graphics) worked on dozens of cases for over ten years. Every week brought us a new case, and there wasn’t one type of case that I didn’t work on – insider trading, tax evasion, corporate conspiracy, money laundering, RICO, organized crime, drug trafficking, terrorism, bank fraud, qui tam – nor a governmental agency that I didn’t work with – DOJ, SEC, FBI, DEA, AFT, IRS, EPA, Office of Special Prosecutor/Iran-Contra, NYS AG, various DA Offices.
Over the years I’ve continued to work on high-profile cases, such as Enron, WorldCom, 9/11, and smaller but equally important matters. They include white-collar defense, complex commercial litigation, class actions, IP, securities, bankruptcy, employment, breach of contract, accounting irregularities, antitrust, insurance claims, and education issues. And pro bono cases, including ones that dealt with death penalty, reproduction rights, prisoner rights, etc.
While most demonstratives are created in PowerPoint, we have also come up with unusual solutions like: Full-scale floor plans using police video to create a rendition of a space that no longer existed (Wendy’s Massacre case for Queens DA). 3-D models of a remote canyon changed by river flow after an alleged crime. Video animations for a complex pharmaceutical matter. And an elaborate presentation for use by a client in 9/11 litigation.
Please let me know if I can ever be of assistance. Best, Annie.
Litigation Graphics Consultation and Design
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