Defining The Mission Of The Complex Case

Law360, New York (August 31, 2012, 12:54 PM EDT) -- Viewing a complex case from a project management perspective, a complex case is a program comprised of a group of highly interrelated projects, e.g., the liability, damages and administrative projects. Just like any large-scale program, the complex case must have a defined mission, which is the end state the litigation team and the client seek to achieve by either prosecuting or defending the complex case. The mission can take many forms, e.g., a prompt dismissal, an early settlement, obtain an injunction, a finding of no liability,...
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