Your company wouldn't stay in business for long if it sold a lesser product at higher prices. So, asks attorney Stewart M. Weltman, why should you accept that state of affairs when it comes to your litigation matters? It's not enough to set flat fees or create litigation budgets, says Weltman. In-house counsel must learn how to proactively manage their outside counsel -- in the trenches, so to speak. He offers this rule to live by in all cases, big or small: Litigation is a dish served lean.
How to Manage Your Litigation Costs
The Corporate Counselor
May 12, 2008
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