In a Ft. Lauderdale employment case, ample planning must go into both the plaintiff’s and the defendant’s side. One of the aspects that an attorney might complete in a Ft. Lauderdale employment case is a list of characters that are relevant to the litigation.
Defining the List of Characters
Several individuals usually play a pivotal role in a Ft. Lauderdale employment case. A list of characters identifies individuals that are involved in the case as either defendants or witnesses. It also includes the contact information for these individuals and background information about each person on the list.
Including Additional Information
A Ft. Lauderdale employment law attorney may extract various information about each person on the list of characters in a Ft. Lauderdale employment case. The list might include negative information about each person on the list so that a Ft. Lauderdale employment law attorney can determine how best to use this information. The list should also contain information about whether the character might be willing to provide useful information or testimony or someone who would be unlikely to cooperate or provide negative testimony. If the character’s allegiance is not known at the time, this information should also be conveyed.
If you would like more information about developing a list of characters, a chronology or a list of documents that you should provide in your Ft. Lauderdale employment case, contact an attorney with Mark J. Berkowitz P.A. at (954) 527-0570 for more information and to schedule a confidential evaluation.