Outten & Golden attorneys research and write briefs for the cases we litigate or arbitrate. Briefs are written arguments submitted to the judge or arbitrator(s) in an effort to persuade the decision maker to rule in our client's favor through our analysis of legal precedent and of the evidence in the case, and our critique of the employer's arguments. Outten & Golden lawyers submit briefs to oppose motions to dismiss by defendants, to support our own motions to introduce our evidence into the case, and for many other reasons.
Cases are often won or lost based on the parties' briefs. Outten & Golden lawyers submit excellent briefs backed by our experience and expertise in employment law and litigation, our carefully constructed and customized strategy for each case, and the hard work of the entire team representing the client – including partners, associates, and paralegals.
(*Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.)