OCBJ article – “Why You Should Hire a Trial Attorney for a Case That Will Never Go to Trial”

November 21, 2017  |   Recent Posts   |     |   Comments Off on OCBJ article – “Why You Should Hire a Trial Attorney for a Case That Will Never Go to Trial”

Jennifer Keller, founding partner, and Jesse Gessin, Senior Counsel, have published an article in the November 20th issue of the “Orange County Business Journal.”

Excerpt from the article, “Why You Should Hire a Trial Attorney for a Case That Will Never Go to Trial”:

“If trials are becoming an endangered species, why hire a trial attorney? The answer: dispute resolution, like any other business decision, should be cost-effective. Seasoned trial attorneys are best equipped to save companies money because they know how to avoid distractions and focus on what is important in a case. And hiring a veteran trial attorney shows the other side you’re serious, and prepared to go the distance.”

Read the article

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