Rarely is a lawsuit someone’s primary desire, and most disputes do not end up in court even if drafted and filed. Of those that do, most do not end up going to the Jury or Judge for a decision. It has been said that war is diplomacy in just a different form. To satisfy your dispute so you get the best outcome you need a strategy that is bound not only to the strength of your case, but also to the strength of your attorney and their ability to read the other parties.
Diplomacy, negotiations, and a cohesive strategy get the best outcome. During your initial consultation, Ms. Salami-Oyakhilome is already forming a strategy based upon her questions and your answers. She is looking to identify the best way for you to achieve your goals, and will be clear in her opinion as to the power of your case, and potential outcomes.
Negotiation can take many forms and does not necessarily mean giving in to the other party, and sometimes bringing in a professional negotiator is the best way to advance your interests. If negotiations fail, now is the time to move to looking at legal recourse and take further action to enforce your rights. Ms. Salami-Oyakhilome personally oversees all the legal research, argument preparation, and expert witness selection that is necessary to make sure your case has it strongest possible presentation to the court.