A group that improves an organization by providing opposition to the organization's current views and strategy.
Clients engaged in complicated or risky disputes, whether inside a courtroom or in business, rely on their fiduciaries and advisors to make informed decisions. But all fiduciaries suffer from confirmation bias. For a professional, it is easy to convince yourself you are right.
Consider a second opinion. This is where Red Teaming comes into play. We can conduct an independent and fresh analysis of your claims or defenses, or your exposure, or your strategy. Is there something your current lawyer is missing? Do you have a nagging feeling that something isn't going as expected? Are the costs exponentially higher than anticipated?
We poke holes in your case. We find unexpected weaknesses. We test your theory of the facts and the law. We break down your strategy to build it back better.
You have money, time and emotional bandwidth tied up in your current lawsuit or dispute. We provide value to you by providing you a second opinion. We will review a lawsuit, a defense, a strategy, an appeal or any other aspect of dispute resolution to help you either stay the course or chart a new one.
Perhaps you're concerned about a dispositive motion, or you are not sure of your chances on appeal, or you have mediation scheduled and you want another set of eyes to help determine a case's value. This is where we help. This is where we provide value. Most people facing a health scare would think nothing of getting a second or even a third opinion on treatment. Litigants, however, seem to get stuck relying exclusively on the legal advice and strategy from the first lawyer they hire.