Jared Fiore writes “How prejudgment attachments impact your leverage” for the WBJ
The Worcester Business Journal published “How prejudgment attachments impact your leverage” by Jared Fiore. While it is true that some lawsuits can drag on for years, leverage can be obtained at the beginning of the case which might help parties come to a resolution sooner. Below is an excerpt from the article:
Whether you are pursuing or defending against a motion for attachment, you should evaluate it with an appropriate level of seriousness because it can result in leverage for the winning party.
Normally, the plaintiff stands to gain the most leverage by tying up the defendant’s assets during the case, but it can be risky. If the court finds the plaintiff failed to show a reasonable likelihood of winning at trial, the defendant may gain the leverage.
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