Neutral Analysis: Evaluate Your Case Through the Right Lens

Published August 28, 2017

Neutral analysis has become increasingly prevalent as corporate counsel attempt to manage litigation, settling the right cases at the right time for sums that make sense given the exposure level. The concept of neutral analysis, namely evaluation of litigation by a former judge pointing out the strengths and weaknesses, includes a myriad of forms, such as presentation by counsel, review of written submissions, mock presentations, review of expert reports or another evaluation suited to the particular dispute and its litigation stage.

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