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Litigation attorneys help businesses and individuals with trials, motions, hearings, lawsuits, injunctions, prosecutions, arbitrations, mediations and other forms of alternate dispute resolution, among a host of other court litigation issues. They can help clients evaluate their legal situation and any potential liability or recovery. Their experience makes them uniquely qualified to assess the financial and psychological costs and time required to try a particular case, as well as the likelihood of recovery. Litigation attorneys also conduct and guide pre-trial discovery, such as depositions, interrogatories, requests for admissions, and examination of documents. They can try cases before a judge and jury or an arbitration panel. Appeals Attorneys specialize in handling appeals, either to reverse a lower court judgment or to sustain it.