Does a “win” in litigation require a final judgment in your favor?  Not necessarily.  Litigation “wins” are defined by the circumstances facing a party at the outset of litigation, and how those circumstances change as litigation progresses.  Over the next few months we will dive deeper into this topic, and talk about issues such as:

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Wanting to comply with the latest edict of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and give a recently released felon a break, Awft N. Cawssius ignored Pa Roll’s answer of “yes” to whether he had been convicted of a crime in the last five years and hired Pa to work as an armed security guard

Johnny Tightlips, a local mobster, is facing time behind bars for various racketeering offenses. During the trial, the New York Daily Planet reported that Tightlips was a “key lieutenant” of Jimmy “The Squid” Calamari, an organized crime figure, and that Tightlips planned to reduce his jail time by cooperating with prosecutors to testify against The

Sal Minella is president and registered agent of Mother Clucking Tasty Chicken, a large poultry processor in East Texas. One afternoon, while flying the coop for a much needed vacation to the Canary Islands, Sal is met by a process server who presents him with a lawsuit. Sal quickly skims the allegations of the lawsuit

Times were good in the coal business and Conspiring Coal’s cost benefit analysis revealed greater profits could be had if it could run Noharmin Mines out of business. A jury found that’s exactly what Conspiring Coal did and awarded Noharmin Mines $50 million in damages. Desperately needing to dig out of this deep hole, Dastardly

Delilah aka “Dirty” Dancer enjoyed gyrating at the Friday night community gatherings held in the local Town Hall of Mainstreet, USA. Regrettably, Dirty’s 56 year old grooving was viewed by many members of the cozy community as a little too “unorthodox” for their “G Rated” children. Dirty Dirty’s dancing limelight was snuffed when she was