IP: 5 Things to Discuss at Your First Case Meeting with Outside Trial Counsel
These five questions can help form a shared plan for control of the case, communications, cost and a case-winning strategy.
February 12, 2013
As a trial lawyer who has conducted many complex intellectual property case kickoffs between inside and outside counsel teams, I’ve discovered that covering five key questions during that first meeting provides a dependable format for success. These questions (amplified with good listening skills, experience and good ideas) help everyone get on the same page early in the game. Better, asking these questions and getting them answered upfront results in a shared plan for control of the case, communications, cost and a case-winning strategy.
Reprinted with permission from InsideCounsel.
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