When you’re an attorney who doesn’t enjoy litigation, you always try to resolve disputes and conflicts amicably. It’s a commendable goal. We, too, will always first explore and tread that path. However, sometimes you do a disservice to your client by not litigating; sometimes a case demands a trip to the court, or negotiations lead in that direction. It’s good to know that we certainly don’t shy away from litigation. In fact, we litigate often and successfully.
The reason: we always remain businesslike, meticulously and powerfully build a case file, analyze every aspect of the matter, pay attention to details, determine the right (strategic) steps, articulate our story sharply, and stand strong in the courtroom. And, of course, we always remain humane.
The fact that we are well-versed in the playing field of legal procedures also proves beneficial during negotiations to avoid litigation.