Litigation Analysis

At the start of a case it is useful to do a preliminary analysis of the facts that are known and determine which directions could be promising and which are unlikely to bear fruit. As an experienced architect, one of my roles during design and construction is to provide the overall leadership and direction to the project. Unlike an engineer who has a very deep understanding or a small part of the project, the architect must have a broad understanding of all aspects of the building project and how all the parts and players fit together. I can bring this knowledge and understanding to litigation to assist in planning the direction that the case is to take.