Corporate Warfare Has to Make Business Sense These Days

It turns out that some of the most endangered litigation practices happen to be the costliest

, The National Law Journal


Cash is scarce throughout the economy, testing some convictions long held by in-house and outside counsel alike on the need to scrutinize old litigation habits, writes attorney Michael Cavendish. Some of the most endangered practices in corporate litigation are, not surprisingly, among the costliest, measured in price versus progress made in a lawsuit. But financial difficulty is providing vital new courses in business education to platoons of litigation managers and their leaders.

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