The Worcester Business Journal published "Seeking meaningful results in lawsuits" by Jared Fiore. Whether you are the plaintiff or defendant in a lawsuit, you should consider whether the result of a trial will be meaningful to you. Below is an excerpt from the article:

Each client is unique in terms of its goals, financial resources, business concerns, patience for the pace of litigation, tolerance for public exposure, opponent, etc. In evaluating your dispute, you should consider what a meaningful result would be and whether mediation or binding arbitration is an alternative.

Continue to the full article on the Worcester Business Journal website.