Q: How do you approach a case? Do you hold regular pretrial conferences?

A: I believe in active case management. My civil conferences are usually done around a table, and all aspects of the case are open for discussion. Attorneys can expect questions about the merits. I find it helpful to have the lawyers explain unusual or complex issues early on. Often, the interchange has the byproduct of fostering early settlement talks.

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