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Lawyers are always looking for ways to finalize positive outcomes in litigation, where even after winning a trial court judgment, lawsuits can drag on for long periods of time, often two to three years or longer.

For companies, protracted litigation can become a reporting and fiscal challenge, and not just because of the ongoing legal fees incurred in litigating the case.  Consider the situation of a company, acting as a plaintiff, that takes a case to court.  It could be a case of any type: for example, breach of contract, patent infringement, or fraud, but let’s assume that they subsequently have success in their suit and are awarded a sizeable award at trial.

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