Scarpulla, Panelists Discuss Efficient Ways to Litigate

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The newest judge to join Manhattan's Commercial Division told an audience of junior associates and other practitioners Friday that the key to greater efficiency in litigation is to be realistic, reach across the aisle early and work on getting clients "the best deal possible."

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  • Joseph Heppt

    Very pragmatic attitude for such a young jurist! I couldn't agree more with her comments. However, unfortunately, it is sometimes necessary to litigate a case prior to successful settlement discussions in order to convince your adversary and their client that settling the case is in their interests as well as your client's.

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