Nine years and running

“Historically, since I started practicing, when the lawyers start getting older they delegate more,” Joe Power said.Handing over deposition chores isn’t passing off grunt work to the younger lawyers, Power said. It’s giving up a chance to size up your opponents’ experts face to face, “getting a feel of where I need to lay off and where I need to push.”It …

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