Complex Litigation

A lawsuit is considered to be “complex litigation” if it poses particularly difficult problems due to the significant stakes involved in the outcome, the underlying facts, the volume or type of documents in question, the involvement of numerous parties, or the expertise and knowledge required to comprehend the facts. To manage complex litigation effectively, one needs skill, perseverance, and the capacity to understand how different elements interact. Environmental litigation, legal malpractice, medical malpractice, civil rights cases, antitrust lawsuits, cybersquatting, and wrongful death cases are a few examples of cases that may be referred to as “complex litigation.”