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Responsibilities of a Litigation Lawyer:

A litigation lawyer assists in resolving civil matters which cannot be resolved between two parties, personally, and require legal action to have the matter resolved. As such, a litigation lawyer is the tasked to represent either the plaintiff or the defendant. The proceedings of the specific case may be heard in a court if the litigation lawyer cannot resolve the matter before having to bring it to court.

The specific responsibilities of a litigation lawyer may vary depending on the nature of the particular case. His responsibilities may also vary depending whether or not the litigation lawyer is representing the plaintiff or the defendant. One will enquire about taking legal action, and the litigation lawyer will then conduct an investigation to determine if enough evidence exists to proceed with a civil case. This may include locating witnesses and interviewing various parties, gathering supporting documents, interviewing the clients and carefully analysing the details which lead to the initial dispute. The process holds various steps, and the litigation lawyer must accurately compile his investigation with as much evidence as possible to clearly support the fault in court, so that the ruling can be made in favour of the law without question.

Responsibilities of a Litigation Lawyer

 

Responsibilities of a Litigation Lawyer

 

Responsibilities of a Litigation Lawyer

 

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