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William P. Shelley William P. Shelley of G ordon Rees Scully Mansukhani.

The longer cases are litigated, the more they cost. Particularly for corporate parties, this means more internal time is lost, and more dollars may need to be held in reserve over long periods which could be more productively applied elsewhere. Thus, it is no surprise that many companies who regularly litigate closely track the time cases are open as one yardstick to measure the performance of outside counsel.

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