Every lawyer has a particular approach to trial, often with a list of items with deadlines to accomplish leading up to the morning of trial. Some attorneys begin this process 90 days out, while others have varying timetables, depending on the complexity of the case. Lawyers need to plan carefully to ensure that they satisfy all necessary procedural deadlines before trial.
Commentary: Final Trial Prep — Make a List and Check It Twice
January 21, 2013
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