disputesfrom personal or business injury cases to family matterscan
lead to litigation.
many firms, the lawsuit is bread and butter; pure business. Richard
S. Alembik, PC approaches litigation with more subtlety, and more
Use of advanced
technology in the courtroom is one of the firm's tactical hallmarks.
Many cases, especially complex business disputes, are difficult
to understand. They just don't usually rivet a judge's or a jury's
attention. Cutting-edge technology, creative demonstrative exhibits,
sophisticated (in-house) graphics, and advanced courtroom techniques
to help judges and jurors grasp the merits of the firm's cases raise
the firm's winning percentage.
firm aggressively protects its clients' interests. But that doesn't
mean that it always uses a "bulldog" strategy in dispute
resolution. It adopts the "chameleon" approach
one that best adapts to the particular case. Contention and conflict
isn't always the most direct path to the client's objective. In
fact, an uncompromising lawyer can actually hurt his or her client's
case with tough-talking, bluffing, or uncompromising tactics.
firm prefers always to leave the door open to the possibility of
an amicable resolution. Because it's often in its clients' best
interest to resolve a dispute without going to court, the firm will
explore alternatives to litigation. To achieve this, it will advise
on the options of pursuing negotiation, mediation, and arbitration
when appropriate. (See the firm's page
on alternative dispute resolution in this regard.) Very often, such
strategies bring seemingly irreconcilable disputes to economical
and mutually agreeable resolutions.
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