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Litigation Management Counsel (“LMC”) acts as National Litigation Counsel for self-insured corporations with repetitive litigation profiles, including premises liability, motor vehicle accident, and employment law litigation.
LMC’s unique approach to the National Litigation Counsel concept has many benefits for its clients, including improved litigation results, a marked reduction in litigation expenses, a consistent strategic approach, and predictability of litigation expenses for budgetary purposes.
All LMC attorneys who have supervisory responsibility for handling LMC’s clients’ cases have over twenty years of litigation experience, including substantial trial experience and prior employment with large law firms and insurance companies. In addition, LMC has a nationwide network of experienced local counsel which LMC has developed over many years by continuing to work with only those counsel who have proven to be efficient, cost effective, and above all else extremely effective in obtaining great results. LMC directs the efforts of this network of counsel in its clients’ litigation matters throughout the country based upon LMC’s in depth knowledge of its clients’ goals and business practices.
what our clients say
Litigation Management Counsel’s aggressive cost saving strategies saved YUM over $2 million in Legal Fees. This savings enabled KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell to enjoy higher profit margins and thereby improved results for YUM investors!
Defendant’s verdict. September, 2012. The plaintiff alleged a food borne illness causing permanent brain injury. Litigation Management Counsel coordinated a discovery strategy that resulted in the plaintiff ultimately being unable to establish causation at trial.
The 2d DCA ruled that it was proper to subpoena Dr. Scott Katzman's surgery center internal cost structure information as it was relevant to establishing a claim of unreasonableness of charges for medical services. The 2d DCA remanded the case to the trial court to conduct an in camera review to determine if the documents were protected as trade secrets and if so, to enter an appropriate confidentiality order.