Sometimes litigation is so serious that the company’s very survival depends on victory.
The Must Win Case
Sometimes litigation is so serious that the company’s very survival depends on victory. These “bet-the-company” cases can be complex. They may involve dozens of witnesses and hundreds of thousands or even millions of documents. Perhaps your company has been sued for more than it is worth so that the judgment would put it out of business. Or an employee has walked out with all of your company’s trade secrets. Or maybe most of the company’s capital is tied up in a joint venture with a partner who has funneled the money to himself. The commonality is that victory is essential. We have tried to victory many bet-the-company cases. We have obtained complete defense verdicts on multi-million dollar claims and have won multi-million dollar verdicts for other clients. Our proprietary and cutting edge trial technology is integral to our success. It allows us to tell our client’s story in a visually compelling way that is clear, well-paced, and easy to understand.
Because of our trial experience and technology, we can quickly gear up for trial and do it right. Thus, we are often asked to replace a client’s current lawyers with whom they are dissatisfied and do not trust to try the case.
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