Juris Productions was founded in 2002 to provide professional video presentations to top-tier civil plaintiffs’ attorneys. Over 1,000 videos have been produced, including for the Boeing Lion Air crash in Indonesia, Toyota sudden acceleration cases, and the Ghost Ship Warehouse fire.
Founders Robert Feldman and Keiko Feldman met as news producers at NBC Los Angeles, where they felt limited by the format of television news. They then found Juris Productions to help victims of tragedy share their stories of loss in a compelling way and begin to rebuild their lives.
The Pasadena-based company provides pro-bono and low-cost services for groups, including the Pasadena Police Activities League and Inner City Law Center, and for select cases around civil rights and social justice issues.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Juris Production has created and marketed a Contactless Settlement Documentary Kit that includes everything clients need for remote interviews by video conference.
Feldman Robert, Co-Founder and Keiko Feldman, Co-Founder
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