BIG CASES DON’T JUST HAPPEN TO BIG, BAD CLIENTS

Conclusion.

As shown, the cost of litigation is not a factor of the size of the case but of the type of case, including the kind of Claims and the Rules that apply. So, somewhat counter-intuitively, a $100,000 breach of fiduciary duty case may cost less than a $1,000,000 collection case.

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