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Robert M. Dawson

How to Win (& Survive) a Lawsuit

How to Win (& Survive) a Lawsuit

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With more than fifteen million civil lawsuits filed in the US each year, the odds are high that you will one day find yourself in court-particularly if you are in the business world.

If it does happen to you, don't assume that all you can do is hire a good lawyer. The truth is you can arm yourself for battle with the basic tools and sophisticated strategies described in How to Win (& Survive) a Lawsuit.

If you want to win, you need to be a tuned in and active participant. How to Win (& Survive) a Lawsuit reveals the secrets to achieving great results as well as tips on what makes the difference between winning and losing in real cases.

In this dynamic and insightful book, Robert Dawson, top trial partner at the blue-chip legal powerhouse Norton Rose Fulbright, shares the trial secrets of the masters. He will teach you how to:

- Pick (and manage) the right lawyer

- Evaluate your case on an ongoing basis

- Determine when to settle and when to go to trial

- Handle depositions and trial testimony

- Give yourself the best chance to win

How to Win (& Survive) a Lawsuit is a practical guide to the inner workings of our legal system. Empower yourself with the tools you need to give yourself the winning edge

Author: Robert M. Dawson
Publisher: Robert M. Dawson
Published: 02/24/2014
Pages: 200
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.52lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.51w x 0.42d
ISBN: 9780615962719

About the Author
Robert M. Dawson is a litigation partner with one of the world's largest and most prestigious law firms, Norton Rose Fulbright. In addition to representing clients in the courtroom, he devotes substantial time to training young lawyers and is a faculty member of his firm's renowned Trial Training Program. Over the course of his career, Dawson has represented many different types of clients including large corporations, small companies, public agencies, public officials, wealthy individuals, foreign sovereignty, and charitable institutions. The subjects of his cases have been wide ranging, including consumer class actions, securities, banking, employment, government, medicine, gaming, organized crime, science and technology, espionage, and entertainment. He practices and resides in Los Angeles, California.

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