We treat every case from the outset as if it will end up at trial, ensuring thorough preparation and organization of the facts and the governing law. Our preparation includes the facilitation and development of core themes, derived from relentless and methodical analysis of the factual record.
At the outset of every litigation, we engage our clients in a thorough cost-benefit analysis to assess not only the goals to be achieved by litigation, but the potential risks and legal exposures as well. This ensures that our clients conduct the due diligence necessary to make informed legal choices.
Once litigation commences, our clients are able to take advantage of Mr. Gelfand's unique litigation background -- having practiced in midtown Manhattan for more than a decade before joining the Bar in Florida in 2001. This New York-based background and perspective provides Mr. Gelfand with the competitive edge which has been integral to the success of our legal practice.
Our cases are often high-profile and have been routinely followed on television and in the print media. Such added scrutiny keeps us at the top of our game at all times.
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