For general counsel, employment litigation is about money. The legal department pays it to the company’s outside lawyers to defend or settle suits or to satisfy a judgment. The cycle grinds on: Money goes out but doesn’t come in, and a company is no better off after a suit than before.

For outside lawyers, employment litigation is like chocolate cake, rich in work to be done (mining the facts, putting them in context) as well as hours to be billed (putting in the time, generating the revenues). For GCs, it’s a beast to be managed, but how?

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