It’s stylish to bemoan how few cases go to trial these days—and for first chair litigators (and the reporters who write about them) it’s a bit anticlimactic when litigation gets resolved behind closed doors.

But to SettlementAnalytics, trials are basically a failure. Going to court means the “economic forces that ordinarily encourage a negotiated solution” broke down.

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