San Diego Litigation
- Both offense and defense
- Business Litigators
- Real Estate Litigation
- Probate Litigation
- Employment Litigation
State, Federal, and Supreme Court
If you are looking for one of the best San Diego Litigators, , call us first. Here is why you will believe that whether you are seeking a business litigator or an employment litigator, we should be your first choice:
1. We develop relationships with opposing counsel. Our 27 years of experience have demonstrated that in most cases, what started the problem that led to litigation was not very complicated. However, as time went on, many things happened and now it is a multi-layered and multi-dimensional nightmare. Our job is to resolve it. If the litigator on the other side is reasonable, we can often simply put the case to rest for you, without burning time and money in litigation.
2. We don't create negative situations. We once had a new lawyer we had just hired, and asked her to call the opposing litigator on a case and introduce herself. She called the lawyer, was snappy, and then began an argument. When she hung up we asked her why she did that. She proudly stated that, because of the argument, the opposing litigator was going to file a motion against our client. We were shocked and asked her what made het think that was the way to do things. She informed us the first firm she ever worked at trained her to do this and the next two loved her ability to do this. We don't do this. We let go of lawyers who do. We cannot ever change their attitude.
3. We fight hard. We do everything we can to get the other side in your litigation case to resolve this without litigation. If they are simply the type of person or organization that won't listen to reason, then they do not leave us any choice. Sometimes this is the only way to get through to some people and/or entities. If that is the case, we will fight them hard. There is a lot you can do with discovery alone to be very aggressive yet at the same time not charging you, the litigation client, very much. Custom Interrogatories, Requests for Production, and Requests for Admission can keep the other party wrapped up and busy for a long time while at the same time driving 'their' legal fees through the roof.