Craig T. Matthews discusses how his firm gets to know and understand their client’s business goals.
“Business litigation is when two businesses have a dispute. They don’t agree on how things should be done. Success in business disputes and business litigation turns upon preparation… It’s important in a business dispute for the client to come to us sooner rather than later. The longer the client waits, the more out of hand a situation can get. Our firm gets to know the business, gets to know our client. What do they do? How does their business operate? What makes it tick? When you learn about the business, then you know what went wrong.”
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