Jesse W. Stevenson Partner
Jesse W. Stevenson Partner

Jesse wanted to change the trial services industry, so with the support of friends, clients, and family, he co-founded Impact. The rest is, as they say, history – or at the very least an exciting success story.

As a leading expert in the field of litigation technology and visual communication design and strategy, Jesse has played a major role in some of the most influential cases that have ever gone to trial. He has contributed to successful trials arising from the California energy crisis, the 1993 World Trade Center bombings, the Enron scandal, WorldCom, the “CIA leak” investigation, the Parmalat scandal, the September 11th World Trade Center attacks, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the Lehman Brothers Bankruptcy.

In addition to trial work in multiple state and federal venues across the United States, and arbitration hearings domestic and abroad, Jesse has had the honor of leading Impact’s efforts in Original Action No. 141, Texas v. New Mexico & Colorado, on behalf of the state of Texas before the Supreme Court of the United States.

More recently, Jesse spearheaded Impact’s efforts in supporting Exxon’s successful defense against claims brought under the Martin Act by the former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, and aiding the current New York Attorney General Letitia James in her trial against Donald Trump and other members of the Trump Organization, as well as her trial against The National Rifle Association.

While Jesse is proud of his work in these matters, he is even prouder of his work in assembling and developing the talented individuals that have turned Impact into one of the most sought-after and recognizable trial consulting firms in the country.

Brandeis University (B.A.)

American Society of Trial Consultants
Litigation, and Intellectual Property sections of the American Bar Association

SCI Top Secret National Security Clearance

New York City
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