Articles Posted in Litigation is (Usually) a Waste

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The Point

Primary responsibility for settling conflicts between your company and a party outside of it should lie squarely with the executive who runs the affected business unit or corporate function:

“Businesspeople need to resolve the disputes in which they are involved.” “Give it to the lawyers” should be a last resort.

But for now, “give it to the lawyers” is the go-to move that prevails in most American companies. Continue reading

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The Point

“B2B litigation is a sign of business failure”.

So writes Patrick J. Lamb, a distinguished corporate trial lawyer, who, along with another prominent trial attorney, Nicole Auerbach, founded Valorem Law Group in 2008, now ElevateNext Law. Their innovation: Ditch the billable hour, and bring alternative fee arrangements to the mainstream, as they defend in court companies that have been sued. Continue reading

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