The first thing that many people faced with a dispute want to know is:
If I pursue the matter will I win? What are my chances? What will it cost? ”
Invariably the assessments of one’s case are given in guarded terms, but as Mr Justice Barry said:
the hallmark of Ian Nosworthy’s approach to dispute resolution has been proper preparation ”
The basis for that can be laid early, and the economics of pursuing a case can generally be reasonably assessed at an early stage.
Ian offers this service so that potential litigants have the ability to think carefully before becoming bogged down in litigation, where the reality is often that the parties are fighting over the costs of the dispute rather than the issues which seperate them.