“Litigating From an Opponent’s Perspective” by Milton L. Williams and Jonathan DeSantis in The New York Law Journal
April 25, 2022
“Litigating From an Opponent’s Perspective” by Milton L. Williams and Jonathan DeSantis in the New York Law Journal.
It is all too easy to fall in love with your own case, but few cases are so one-sided that the other side does not have its own narrative to tell. Success in litigation requires understanding the strongest components of your opponent’s case, and proactively assessing how you are going to defend against them. Not only will this facilitate a far more effective litigation strategy, but it has the added benefit of allowing you to provide your client with a far more reliable assessment of litigation risk.
Read the article here.