At the end of the day, litigators
want a good result for your client and can be an invaluable resource in providing advice "behind the scenes" before a dispute arises.
Too often litigators
think they must cross-examine every witness, even witnesses who have nothing useful to offer.
A business should consult a commercial litigator
as soon as it appears there may be a problem.
Finally, Graham explains that "distaste for opposing counsel is common," and that enough litigators
take advantage of the system solely for personal riches to support the most cynical stereotypes of the profession (102-3).
To answer that question, the litigator
needs to understand the size, scope and features of the litigation assignment before the budget is created.
Qualified plans provide tax deferral, and litigators
claim that finding them with variable annuities, which enjoy tax deferral outside of a qualified plan, is redundant.
With consulting firms often guiding attorneys in the process, these computerized services allow litigators
to spend more of their time planning their cases and meeting with their clients, as opposed to sorting through e-mail files.
PowerPoint for Litigators
is a book that is tailored to meet
David Kessler gave the litigators
when, from his perch at the Food and Drug Administration, he declared that smoking was a "pediatric disease.
com/research/62510d/the_best_negotiati) has announced the addition of the "The Best Negotiation Skills for Litigators
When Dealing With Multiple Parties with Competing Interests " audioconference to their offering.
In the past 18 months, our Menlo Park litigators
have won multiple jury trials and dispositive motions in high-stakes cases involving intellectual property, antitrust, securities and other commercial matters.
Convincing the judge; practical advice for litigators