5 Overlooked Reasons To Be Class Rep In An Antitrust Suit
In certain circumstances the benefits of participating in litigation, and in class actions in particular, far outweigh the cost savings of sitting on the sidelines.
May 16, 2013
Law360, New York One of the goals of most in-house attorneys is to avoid litigation at all costs. Given the distraction and expense of protracted litigation, it would seem pragmatic to allocate resources to more profitable endeavors, such as to the management and operation of the business. In certain circumstances, however, the benefits of participating in litigation, and in class actions in particular, far outweigh the cost savings of sitting on the sidelines. This article sets out five often overlooked reasons that may tip the scales in favor of a mid-to-large-sized corporation stepping forward as a representative plaintiff in an antitrust class action.
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