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We have all been there. That settlement conference that you think is going to resolve the case does just the opposite. Opposing counsel’s parting words are “we’ll see what a jury has to say about that.” So there you are, a few weeks before trial with a to-do list that has just increased tenfold. Motions in limine, witness lists, exhibit lists, jury questionnaires and trial briefs all need to be prepared in the coming weeks. The facts of your case begin to play over and over again in your mind like a waking dream (or nightmare).

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