Early case assessment is an electronic investigation that calculates the risks and costs of potential legal action by gathering evidence and analyzing data to create a case strategy. Early case assessments also provide direction as to whether or not the party should seek an early settlement or proceed with the trial.
Dispute resolution is the process of settling a disagreement between two or more groups, and it is often mediated by an objective third party.
Outside counsel selection and management is the process of choosing and supervising non-corporate attorneys. Outside counsel management ensures the work performed by the attorneys is quality as well as cost effective.
A settlement is the resolution of disputing parties in a legal case, and it is an alternative to proceeding with trial. Settlement analysis is the cost-benefit review of settling before trial as well as the option to settle during trial. Settlement analysis can include drafting and negotiating a settlement.
Discovery is the process of acquiring evidence and legal facts of the case and then releasing them, so both parties know their positions before proceeding with a trial. Negotiations are discussions which determine whether a person should move forward with a trial or obtain an early settlement
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