“I start with, ‘OK, tell me why you’re here,’” Krantz said of his process for learning about a potential case. “I would then learn about the business or, if it’s a personal issue, the personal issue. I would gather facts related to it.”
Krantz said these questions may be asked in a first meeting or over the course of multiple meetings if the situation warrants more in-depth conversations.
“It’s often more than a first meeting before you decide how to proceed,” he noted.
He then leaves space for a client to ask questions, Krantz said. If a client has never been through the litigation process before, he talks them through it. He also covers the possible cost of pursuing a case, what the result of the case may be, the stages of the court’s action and how long it may take.
“If you had any of the relevant documents with you, we might go through those initially,” Krantz added. KJK Partner and Litigation Chair Brett Krantz recently discussed the crucial aspects of case strategy and preparation in a recent interview with Cleveland Jewish News.
KJK recognizes Brett Krantz’s invaluable contributions to the legal domain and appreciates his dedication to empowering clients through knowledge and strategic preparation. KJK’s Ohio-based civil litigators have successfully resolved a broad range of commercial and regulatory matters, including construction defects, breaches of contracts, creditor disputes, employment issues, fraud allegations, and securities and shareholder litigation.
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