The animations are not intended to represent actual events. The animations are based on the events as described in a case, and do not capture even all of the events described in the cases. I use artistic license to try to capture important elements of the cases but do not hope to capture everything. Some facts need to be changed to make the animations concise.
Policy on Use of Animations:
Use them. Use them responsibly. Don't do anything I wouldn't do with them. Don't sell them. And if you come across a case that you think would lend itself to an animation, please email me or drop a comment and I'll see what I can do. I'm always looking for cases that are interesting or important and if possible, dialogue driven.
Frequent questions about the animations:
How are they generated? Xtranormal State software. Check it out.
Why the use of British accents? I am not trying to bring in an overseas demographic, although I do get a baffling number of visitors from various countries (hackers?). Currently I have a limited number of voices available. If I don't use the British voices, it's hard to differentiate the speakers. Of course, in Parexel, the accent was appropriate.
How long do they take to create? It depends. Some as short as an hour or two; others I will not admit.
NLRB v. Thor Power Tool
Allied Mechanical, 356 NLRB No. 35 (2010)
Covanta Bristol, Inc. 356 NLRB No. 46 (Dec. 3, 2010)
SALON/SPA AT BORO, INC, 356 NLRB No. 69 (2010)
PAREXEL INTERNATIONAL, LLC, 356 NLRB No. 82 (2011)
Clincy vs. The Onyx Club