Episode 123: The Goals of Multijurisdictional Litigation: Construction Defense in New York

Defending Employers: Audio From Lois Law Firm Workers' Compensation Defense Attorneys

07-01-2020 • 14 mins

In this episode, “Goals of Multijurisdictional Coordination,” Construction Practice Leader and Lois Law Firm Partner Tashia Rasul (https://loisllc.com/attorney/tashia-rasul/) provides an overview of the goals of the Construction Defense Practice when handling a catastrophic construction accident claim. Tashia discusses the four common goals she pursues: Weaponizing Coordination: Tactics that Benefit the Employer. Reduction of Litigation Costs – Reducing Duplicative Effort. Avoiding Collateral Estoppel. Pursuing Global Settlement.

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