We often see people taking a pro forma approach to drafting the most important document in litigation. The document that is the roadmap for the entire proceeding. The document that dictates what other steps are necessary in the proceeding. The document that in large, dictates the process and as such, the cost of the proceeding. The document that contains the very orders you want, should you be successful. It’s a tragedy when people get it wrong. Good cases can be lost. Bad cases can be won. Early and careful strategic thinking can be the difference between a win and a loss. Here we discuss the most important document and some fundamentals of what should be included. If you wish to discuss litigation strategy, we offer a free 30 minute legal consultation where we can discuss options and strategy. You can book here:

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