Streamlining Your Case

BlueBear Solutions® is a litigation technology service company providing nationwide trial support to law firms. The company was founded with the goal of providing attorneys with the best digital trial presentation services in the industry, offering creative solutions to presenting information effectively and persuasively in hearings, mediations, arbitrations and trials. With over fifteen years of experience and thousands of hours logged in courtrooms, partnering with BlueBear is the perfect complement to your trial team.

We pride ourselves on building and maintaining personal relationships with our clients. Our focus is to become more than just a trial presentation vendor for you and your firm. Going to trial is much like going into battle – it’s mentally and physically demanding on you, your team, and your client. We understand this, and we are right by your side every step of the way.


As a member and co-founder of BlueBear Solutions, Scott has over 9 years of experience working with trial lawyers to make their presentations more effective and persuasive. Having provided Trial Technician services in several hundred cases throughout most of the country’s state and federal courthouses, Scott’s proficiency and knowledge of the industry have made him an invaluable asset to BlueBear.

Scott holds a BBA in Management Information Systems from the University of Georgia. In his spare time, he enjoys bluegrass music and traveling with his family. He lives in Atlanta with his wife, Emily, and their two children, Grady and Libba.


Rob has been working in the litigation support field for over 10 years and is using his experience in the legal community to help BlueBear grow in the years to come. Throughout his career Rob has offered support to his clients in every aspect of litigation from discovery through trial.

After growing up in Athens, GA and graduating from UGA, Rob lived in Vail and Charlotte before settling in Atlanta with his wife, Jessica. Rob enjoys playing and watching live music as well as visiting his family in Athens for Dawgs games every fall.