It is my understanding that the only way we’re going to get outstanding representation is if the case is going to net a major amount of billable hours. Am I wrong?
I am looking for a law firm that can help my company and me in resolving an employment claim. I have an interest in settling this out of court, but this former employee is stacking the big guns up (SF- Bushnell, Caplan, Fielding, & Maier, LLP, yes she`s done this before) and my natural reaction is to stack our big guns up as well so we have a fighting chance. But we need to work smarter not harder. We do not have any capital to drag this out in court. I don’t mind doing the heavy lifting and paying my attorney an expensive hourly rate for VERY focused counsel. I’m stuck between a rock and a hard place, please help.
Beyond the above facts, this employee`s claims are totally unfactual and frivolous. This person has open claims with her former employers. Yes, she`s done this before. Yes, she knows the system. Who`s the victim here? LEGALIZED EXTORTION!!!!