Only minutes separated Chris Hamilton from his appointed time to to make an opening statement at a binding arbitration hearing when his client reached a $1.2 million settlement with one of the two corporate defendants.
“It’s a game of chess played every time,” Hamilton, a partner in Dallas’ Standly Hamilton, says about such pre-hearing, time-pressured litigation strategies.
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