Jessica manufactures components for a product. She has sued one of her customers, Michael, in the United States for payment. Michael claims that the components that Jessica delivered were defective. They are now negotiating a possible settlement. Jessica is asking the court to award her 400,000 in damages and she agreed to pay her attorney a 30% contingency fee. There is a 50% chance that she will win. If they go to court, she estimates that Michael’s attorney’s fees will total 80,000. Based on a decision tree calculation, the value of Jessica’s litigation BATNA based only on these facts is (select one):
none of the above.