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Perception Vs. Reality At Trial

Law360, New York (November 2, 2017, 6:48 PM EDT) -- The litigation life cycle for large, complex civil lawsuits is often years in the making. Over that amount of time, it is no surprise that clients and counsel alike form strong opinions about the opposing trial team, their witnesses and their experts as a result of the countless interactions that occur between the parties. In most cases, these views are based on adversarial exchanges such as a deposition and/or court appearances when the parties are not necessarily “jury ready.” As a result, counsel may understandably assume...
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