It’s no secret that litigation is expensive. The cost and time involved in taking a case to trial is one of the reasons most cases settle before trial. That fact begs the question of just when to settle, if at all, and when should a case proceed to trial? We spoke with two seasoned attorneys about their takes on these age-old legal questions.
Attorney Bill Mitchell of Cruzer Mitchell, author of “The Disruptive Lawyer’s Little Black of Litigation Management,” has become well known for his nontraditional approach to litigation. He is a proponent of early, efficient settlement.