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    Preposition

    "Our lawyers pursue a common strategy on each case: a balance between quality and efficiency."

    Is "on" the right preposition here? I think it is, because here I'm not talking about "case" in the sense of "circumstances," but "case" in the sense of a legal case.

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    Re: Preposition

    Anyone?

    Thanks a lot!

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