Crouch, Touch, Set: Litigating Like a Rugby Player


I grew up playing team sports. I believe that experience taught me a lot about winning, losing, practicing, working as a team and more.

I enjoy coaching many lawyers who play sports. Many are still playing. Recently I had a coaching session in Toronto with an IP litigator David Tait. We talked about Rugby and a case he recently tried. I saw a connection and asked him to share it with you. Here are David’s thoughts:

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