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Business Litigation
Executive &
Professional Litigation

Labor & Employment

Month: November 2020

Thanksgiving Message

On this most unusual of Thanksgiving seasons, I want to take a moment to reflect upon the things I am thankful for this year. I am thankful that my family, friends, clients and colleagues have remained healthy, and I am hopeful that they will continue to be healthy. I...

I Won My Case . . . Now What Do I Win?

Getting a verdict in your favor in a business litigation case does not necessarily mean that you are the winner. An objective view of who won and who lost requires an analysis of the final award. A plaintiff’s verdict is a Pyrrhic victory if it is not accompanied by a...

Fee Agreements

When hiring an attorney for a business litigation matter, clients should realize that there are a variety of ways to approach fees. Just about every attorney will have an hourly rate and will generally be satisfied with undertaking a case for an agreement to pay that...

Insuring Business Litigation Risks

When a new client contacts me to let me know it has been served with a business or employment litigation lawsuit, one of the first questions I ask is, “Do you have insurance?” Invariably, the answer I get is, “Is there insurance for this kind of case? In a word — Yes....