But there’s another common thread that each of these cases shared: The evidence was misunderstood, and in each case the opposing party took the time to more fully understand it. They took it upon themselves to study the evidence in depth – to recognize what it could be relied upon to show, but also its inherent limitations. Ultimately, their understanding exceeded that of the presenting party, and in each case the truth turned out to be something different – something that favored their own arguments.
After properly researching and analyzing the facts, the opposing counsel converted the presenting party’s best single piece of evidence into their own. This had a staggering effect on the cases and led to quick, favorable settlements. Liabilities were turned into assets.
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