The 1980s blockbuster film, Wargames, taught us that no one really wins a nuclear war. For unknown reasons, this lesson never translated to the world of litigation where far too many lawyers still believe that every battle requires they "go nuclear." But smart tacticians know there's more to winning than simply the opposition's losing.
Our vision for successful litigation is different. We believe in the end-game strategy, one that evaluates costs and benefits, where winning is determined by our success, not just mutually assured destruction.
You can't get to your end-game without a few skirmishes.
We fight in the courts. We fight in arbitration. We fight before the administrative agencies. Sometimes a lawsuit has to go to trial in order to get resolved. We do that too.
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QUESTION: A Tenant signs a lease but then Landlord changes it and then (strangely) refuses to sign the altered document. Is this an enforceable lease in its original or modified terms?
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