Attention spans are getting shorter. You can only tweet 140 characters. Courts have pleading length restrictions. Judges’ case dockets are packed.
So, how can you get your case to seize the attention of the judge?
If you can use an image that makes a powerful, effective statement about your client’s stance in the case — e.g., putting a picture of your copyrighted work next to the allegedly infringing work — you could grab the judge’s (or her law clerk’s) attention.