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CSI Publishes Litigation Psychology Article: "Texas Hold 'Em: Is Complex Litigation a Complete Gamble?"

Bill Kanasky, Jr., Ph.D.
Vice President of Litigation Psychology

To equate complex litigation with the poker game of Texas Hold 'Em is an analogy that many claims and litigation professionals would prefer not to make, but likely is one with which many agree. Although a case is often assessed based upon the cards (facts and law) initially dealt, as one gets additional cards, through discovery and investigation, the hand (the case) may get better or may suggest that one fold. But is complex litigation a complete gamble, or can the carrier potentially influence some of the cards drawn?

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