Let’s face it, most commercial litigation cases settle before trial as parties often try to avoid the expense and risks associated with a jury trial. But are you prepared to face the jury when your most important client decides to go the distance? Did you take short cuts along the winding path of pre-trial litigation that might make it difficult to try your case? Here are three things you should keep in mind at the beginning of the case so that you are not caught unprepared if your case ultimately goes to trial.
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