I should do posts like this more often, just for the fun of it. The following are a few of the things that I am working on this week. Because sometimes people don’t know what litigation attorneys do. Of course I cannot provide names or too many specifics. Best to you. David Tate
1. Preparation for taking a deposition of a party to the litigation, outline questions and issues to cover, select exhibits to ask about, and take the deposition – trust dispute case with possible no contest clause implications.
2. Prepare and have served a subpoena for banking records in a case with an upcoming trial date.
3. Prepare a detailed status conference statement to the court for a status hearing next week, and request additional trial dates on issues not resolved.
4. Interact with the mediator in a case to see if settlement can still be achieved, or achieved on some of the issues.
5. Work a complaint for failure to pay holdback and earnout amounts from an asset purchase agreement.
6. Attend a court status hearing, and possibly obtain a trial date.
7. New litigation client meeting – business litigation.
8. Many interactions with opposing counsel.
9. Review documentation relating to a possible new trust litigation case.
10. And more, of course.