Red Teams are heretics. They try to buck expectations and throw a monkey wrench into solidified plans with little manpower and small resources. Red teams are generally smaller, underfunded, and placed at a disadvantage from the get-go. All things being equal, they are supposed to lose.
But a Red Team’s weaknesses also give rise to: creative problem solving, lateral thinking, intense team cohesion, strategic surprise, deconstruction of dogma. Essentially, a Red Team takes the role of advocate for a disadvantage adversary. Which is exactly what you need to cultivate within your office heading into litigation. Especially when you feel confident about your case.
Be sure to check the Eight Core Principles of Red Teaming on the same article.