What Business People Need to Know About Litigation

No matter how strong your case is or how good your lawyers are there is always a risk that you could lose at trial.

February 22, 2013

From the business person’s perspective, litigation can seem like a confusing, time-consuming and (unnecessarily) costly drain on the bottom line. Getting an insider’s view of litigation’s key elements not only puts the costs and value of litigation in context, but it also reveals how to use litigation as a tool to meet—and even reach—goals tied to that bottom line.

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