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    Posts by Jared Cox

    Jared is a partner in the Firm’s Litigation, Employment, Fiduciary and Appellate Practice Groups. On a day-to-day basis, Jared advises clients and leads litigation involving disputes in the areas of employment, business ...

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In many cases, defendants facing class actions where the plaintiffs’ damages are statutorily prescribed have been able to derail the class action by offering the named plaintiff the full amount of statutory damages that plaintiff could recover on his or her “best day in court” by way of an Offer of Judgment under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 68. The offer must have been made ...

Posted in Litigation

Jury trials in civil litigation are inherently unpredictable – a reason why over 90 percent of civil cases settle before, or during trial. With respect to trust and estate litigation, i.e., litigation typically brought by a disgruntled (often disinherited) “would be” beneficiary challenging the validity of a trust, will or other estate planning instrument, these issues are ...



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