Settlement Analysis

 

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Here’s the scene: You have been engaged in litigation for a little while or a long while. You were hesitant about getting into litigation, but you felt there was no alternative. The litigation has taken its inevitable toll on your time, your money and your other resources, and now you are being told that you should settle the case. You don’t particularly like the settlement terms, but you are being told that it is the best that can be done under the circumstances. What should you do?

One option is to call the small business lawyers at DailyGC™. We have many years of experience reviewing the work of other lawyers. Litigation is a means to an end, not an end unto itself. A very important job of a General Counsel in a large company is to make sure that cases are settled with the best possible result for the company, taking into account the proposed settlement terms, future litigation costs and the likely litigation outcome if it goes the distance.

Our approach of One Day and Done™ means that in one business day, for a very reasonable flat rate, we will review the facts that led up to the litigation, review the course of the litigation, analyze the proposed settlement and provide you with an independent second opinion on whether the settlement truly represents the best that you reasonably can expect from the litigation. We also can advise you on settlement strategies that may produce better results. Although our principal goal, like yours, is to conclude the litigation, once you have made the decision to invest in litigation, you need to be sure that you have maximized your investment. DailyGC™ can help you to do that.

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PRIORITY ISSUES DESCRIPTIONS
At DailyGC, we provide legal advice and counsel on the full range of legal problems and legal-related business issues that small businesses and startups routinely face in their management, sales, operations and administration. The following are examples of these kinds of problems. You may use these descriptions on your Priority Issues Identifier Form� or you may write your own descriptions.
Business Contracts and Relations:
� Customer Contracts and Disputes
� Vendor Contracts and Disputes
� Collections
� Bank/Lender Relations and Issues
� Landlord/Tenant Relations and Issues
� Bonding/Insurance
� Nondisclosure and Confidentiality Agreements
� Procurement and Management of Outside Counsel
Employment:
� Recruiting/Hiring Practices
� Employment Agreements
� Employee Compensation and Benefits
� Employee Manuals, Policies and Procedures
� Compliance with Government-Required Benefits Programs
� Payroll Compliance with Court Orders
� Discrimination and Harassment Claims
� Management and Discipline of Problem Employees
� Terminations
� Unemployment Insurance Claims
� COBRA Procedures
� Hiring Independent Contractors
Dispute Resolution:
� Case Analysis and Assessment
� Mediation/Arbitration
� Strategies for Litigation, Discovery and Negotiation
� Settlement Analysis
General Corporate:
� Entity formation
� Corporate Governance and Record-Keeping
� Shareholder Relations
� Compliance with Governmental Regulations
� Compliance with Corporate Contractual Obligations
� Contract Review, Analysis and Negotiation Coaching