Jane’s 20 years of experience as a Senior Visual Strategist include such recent high-profile cases as Garlock Sealing Technologies, United States v. Jeffrey K. Skilling, Lennar Corporation v. Barry Minkow, and The Saul Zaentz Company v. New Line Cinema.
Senior Visual Strategist / Consultant & Producer
JANE DARCY is a senior trial graphics strategist, project manager and creative conceptual producer with more than 20 years devoted to the litigation business. Prior to joining Lucid CGI, she was a Graphics Consultant for DecisionQuest’s Los Angeles office. Jane has produced the demonstrative exhibits for hundreds of jury trials, arbitrations and mediation hearings.
Jane’s extensive case experience encompasses all major case types over a broad range of industries. Her notable engagements include the high-profile and high-stakes cases Garlock Sealing Technologies (bankruptcy and asbestos defense, trial), OCWD v. Sabic (environmental defense, settlement), Grossman v. Pacific Life (fraud defense, trial), United States v. Jeffrey K. Skilling (securities fraud defense, trial), Lennar Corporation v. Barry Minkow (extortion, fraud, trade libel, trial) and The Saul Zaentz Co. v. New Line Cinema Corp. (accounting and breach of contract defense, settlement). Jane worked with the LA District Attorney’s Office in their prosecution of the Menendez brothers, Calvin Broadus (Rapper Snoop Dogg) and OJ Simpson, as well as the civil wrongful death suit against Simpson.
Ms. Darcy is acknowledged in Dan Petrocelli’s book Triumph of Justice, Closing the Book on the Simpson Saga.
Prior to moving to Los Angeles, Jane worked in the Boston area as a copywriter and account executive on syndicated print campaigns and in video production, for diverse clients in industries including healthcare, software, sports marketing, and government contracting.
Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, Paralegal Studies
Rivier College, New Hampshire
PRO BONO WORK
Inner City Law Center, Los Angeles, CA
Jane oversees and directs graphic design and other projects to support the Inner City Law Center’s efforts to sue notorious Los Angeles slumlords on behalf of tenants. Successful verdicts, often nearing or surpassing a million dollars, enable impoverished families to escape the slums.