The high costs normally associated with going to trial can be reduced substantially by using Judge Gary Hall as a special master to hear pretrial matters.   By agreement of the parties and approval of the court, a special master can serve in your case. This provides the parties with the flexibility and certainty of a prompt pretrial decision, and, if the parties desire, the actual trial of their case.  Instead of facing the possibility of preparing for trial more then once, attorneys may be able to get an earlier fixed trial setting by agreeing to use a special master to try their case.  The potential savings in both time and money is obvious.   A special master's fees are negotiable according to the case and attorneys involved.

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