Why does the court process take so DAMN LONG? Actually, it doesn’t have to…

David Brown

By David Brown.

“Defer no time, delays have dangerous ends.”

-William Shakespeare

As Bill Shakespeare suggests, deferring and delaying are not without consequences, and when it comes to litigation, these consequences almost always mean more cost, more stress and a compromised client experience.

But do lawsuits really need to be long, expensive and stressful? Not necessarily. David Brown outlines some of his strategies for saving his clients time, money and anxiety in this recent post on his BC Employment Law Blog. Find out more here.


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