Recognizing Complex Litigation In Fla.

Law360, New York (June 23, 2011, 7:05 PM EDT) -- You are the president of a corporation that has been sued in Florida. The case involves a fraud allegation, alleging that the company misstated financial earnings in public documents, resulting in millions of dollars of damages to investors. Your attorney contacts you, and tells you that the court has ordered a mandatory case management conference and required representatives of the parties to attend. You arrive at your attorney’s office and make your way to the courtroom, waiting for your hearing.

In the courtroom, you listen to...
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