Explain the procedure
Support the client in understanding what to expect by using procedural timelines. They cover all phases of litigation: commencement, written phase and oral phase. Everything is broken down into specific steps and includes important deadlines, timelines and necessary documentation. We designed procedural timelines for first instance proceedings, appeals, attachment of bank accounts and summary proceedings.
We made an intuitive presentation of the propositions, arguments, proofs and counterarguments.
Finally, legal design in written submissions to the court can be used to clarify complicated and detailed facts or draw attention to key points. Written submissions are often overly complicated and detailed, hiding important points in blocks of text. This distracts the reader's attention, at the risk of not getting the message across.
All (important) facts can be plotted on the timeline, providing a better overview. Facts are easier to grasp and connect from a visual representation than from a dense block of text.
Structure of the company
A clear representation of the business structure makes the reader's life much easier.