WE ARE LITIGATION COMMUNICATION EXPERTS
We do it all – When Prolumina is your trusted partner, you can address all of your trial service needs. From nationally renowned reporting and deposition services to high-definition audio and video editing, jury research, graphics and trial presentation, no other firm can match our breadth of services. No matter your litigation communication needs – Prolumina can help.
We’re a boutique firm with national reach – As a boutique firm, we are able to be as flexible and as specialized as you are. We know our niche – we are innovators in communications consulting for litigators. Our consultants have worked on some of the largest cases in our nation’s history, and we bring that experience to you, with the flexibility and price advantages that come with a boutique firm. Our consultants are nationwide and no case is too big or too small to benefit from the expertise and care we bring to every case. Quality should not be sacrificed by geography – Prolumina is there wherever you are.
We know litigation – Quite simply, Prolumina spends more time in court than our competitors. We are experts, and our consultants have an average of over 10,000 hours in the courtroom with decades of individual experience. We know the best way to achieve results in every aspect of trial services so that everything comes together to achieve one thing – winning for your client. We help you ensure your case themes are powerful, your witnesses are well prepared, and your graphics are effective – all of which you need to persuade the triers of fact. We also know the most efficient way to build a database of exhibits so your presentation appears seamless and effortless. We go to trial… a lot. Let Prolumina bring that expertise to your next case.
“Thank you…so much for your dedication, skill and good humor throughout such a difficult trial. I knew you were good, really good, but that effort was ridiculously good.”Shareholder
“It was top-flight and I received numerous glowing comments. Great presentation. Nobody does a better job. You are the best!”David Goodnight
Success is a journey, not a destination
Work should be fun
We should take care of each other
Our clients are our partners
The earth should be nurtured
Diversity makes us stronger
Accessibility is a fundamental right
We have an obligation to give back
Creativity is a collaborative process
Experience is no substitute for heart
We believe in the generosity of spirit
Steve Crandall, JD, CLVS, CME
CEO & Shareholder
PMHG’s attorney principal, Steve is a graduate of Seattle University School of Law, is past president of the Washington Court Reporters Association, and is a former member of the Green River Community College court reporting and captioning program’s Program Advisory Committee. He holds the Certified Legal Video Specialist certification (CLVS) from the NCRA and served on the NCRA CLVS Council, which establishes standards and oversees testing requirements for legal videographers. Steve was faculty for the NCRA trial technology certificate program, is a Trial Director certified trainer, and holds the LiveNote Certified Multimedia Expert (CME) designation.
Chris Tiedemann, ASTC
COO & Shareholder
PMHG’s technology principal, Chris is one of Washington state’s leading experts on technology in litigation and has designed and taught continuing legal education seminars for local and state bar associations, as well as for many law firms and professional associations, locally and across the country. He has been an invited speaker at the University of Washington Law School and the Seattle University School of Law. Chris has written articles on the effective use of technology in the courtroom, which have been published in the King County Bar Bulletin. He has more than 25 years of experience in trial consulting and is highly skilled in organizing and managing complex litigation, with a demonstrated ability to meet demanding deadlines.
Ron Cook, CCR, RPR, RMR, RDR, CRC, CRR
PMHG’s court reporting principal, Ron was the 2012 and 2016 gold medalist in the National Court Reporters Association’s realtime Q&A competition, as well as the reigning gold medalist for the 2015 Pacific Northwest realtime contest. He has been referred to as the guru of realtime reporting in the Northwest. Ron holds the Registered Diplomate Reporter (RDR) certification, NCRA’s most difficult and prestigious certification. He also holds the CCR, RPR, RMR, CRC, and CRR certifications. Ron is extremely honored to have been selected as a Fellow of the Academy of Professional Reporters.
Michela Berg, CHRM
Michela’s talent and work ethic were evident from her first contact with ProMotion Holdings as a marketing intern in 2010. Since then her careful management of her responsibilities led to her promotion to the position of general manager in 2013. Michela holds a BA in Business Administration and holds a certificate in Human Resources Management from the University of Washington.
Corey Allen, ASTC
Presentation Technology Lead
Corey earned his BA in Political Science in 2010 and immediately went to work for some of Seattle’s most respected law firms. Since joining Prolumina in 2012, Corey has logged thousands of hours assisting legal teams in trial. Corey’s experience in the courtroom allows him to not just solve problems but foresee potential issues before they arise. Attorneys consistently praise him for his calm demeanor in even the most high-stress situations.
Creative Services Lead
Patrick’s deep experience in project management across a wide variety of creative disciplines lends a steady hand to assist attorneys, nonprofits, and others with important storytelling projects. Patrick holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and Marketing and joined ProMotion Holdings at the start of 2016.
Sarah Fitzgibbon, CCR
Deposition Services Lead
Sarah’s passion for excellence in her own court reporting makes her a natural fit for managing client experience for court reporting and deposition services at SRS Premier Realtime. Sarah earned her Bachelor’s in Business Administration in 2010. After obtaining her BA, she enrolled at the College of Court Reporting. Sarah was PMHG’s staffing supervisor until she earned her CCR.