The rise of the Internet has produced many benefits and some problems. Among the problems is the frequently indelible pieces of partial information that tell only a part of the story and yet can cause harm to one’s profession.
Think of litigation as akin to being on a battlefield. Your lawyer is like a field general charged with achieving the lawful objectives of you—the sovereign head of state. Strategy and tactics are an indelible part of what happens on a battlefield and in a courtroom. Here are some tactical observations about one particular type of litigation, employment litigation.