Attorneys are always looking to build the strongest case possible for their clients, whether it’s preparing for trial, presenting a case or working on an appeal. For many attorneys, neutrals play an important role in helping them evaluate their trial strategy, refine their briefs and arguments, and gain invaluable, objective input on their case.
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