How Attorneys Should Use Graphics in a “David v. Goliath” Case

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Having myself been a partner at a small five-attorney plaintiff firm for years, I certainly know the feeling of going against the big firms on cases that can attempt to overwhelm you with discovery, but that often have more trouble quickly reacting to the fast changes that occur in litigation. This article cites recent blog posts regarding “David and Goliath” match-ups of big and small firms to show how a small firm may actually be better able to serve clients and realize cost benefits than a larger firm.

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