I had been awake for 28 hours without a break. My eyes burned after spending hours overnight researching and reviewing the evidence, illuminated first by the bright blue light of my laptop and then by the first pale spears of dawn. I hit “print”. The first part was done.
We were in the middle of a ten-day trial, and one of our key exhibit’s validity had been called into question by surprise. In the morning, I met with our expert, discussed the problems with co-counsel, provided a report on the state of the law relating to our exhibits, and drank two cups of coffee. Trial resumed an hour later. I was exhausted, but ready.
I am a litigator and real estate attorney. I know that suing or being sued can be intensely stressful, all the more so when you are focused on all the problems of your own life. I am committed to making sure that the problems of bringing suit and reaching a satisfying conclusion fall on my shoulders and not yours.
Prior to joining Eno Martin Donahue, I was a solo practitioner.