9.3Stuart J. Starry

Trial proceedings are about two things:  fact and law. Failure to rigorously apply every theory to the facts can be costly.  It may even result in dismissal.  From standing and jurisdictional challenges to motions for summary judgment, Stuart has experience in all phases of the litigation process. Finding the most powerful points of contention takes experience and intellectStuart Starry has both.

See Writing Samples. Stuart can position your case for the best result and a grateful client.

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Issues not noticed at trial can make the pivotal difference on appeal.  Recognizing important hidden issues requires an open mind and creativity. Stuart  Starry has significant experience in finding winning issues and bringing them to the forefront. His method is to craft a concise, yet thorough and intelligent presentation for the Court.  Co-counsel and clients have praised him for his appellate briefing prowess.  See References.  

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Discovery requests are important.  Poorly crafted requests can result in failing to find the trial-winning evidence.  Mastery of known facts should always precede the drafting process.  Then, and only then, can one truly define the "scope" of relevant discovery.  If your opponent refuses to produce what is requested, you will then be well positioned for the inevitable motion to compel.   Well crafted discovery is an essential element of trial level victory.

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