Anatomy of a Lawsuit: A Client's Perspective of a Multi-Million Dollar Federal Lawsuit
By Ron Gruner
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Published: May 02, 2008
Words: 25,030 (approximate)
Few would argue that our country’s approach to civil litigation could not be improved. For many reasons it is often a very inefficient process. Yet few laypersons involved in litigation, whether senior executives or private individuals, understand why litigation is so complex, inefficient and expensive. This paper's purpose is to help others better understand these issues and their causes.
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