What Is a Litigation Story? Advice for GCs Preparing Their Company's Litigation Strategy
If after two months into a new case outside counsel is unable to clearly articulate a thoughtful, unique, and convincing litigation story about the case, you should find a new attorney. Successful trial lawyers are master storytellers.
By Adam Rosenthal|November 28, 2017 at 11:15 AM|Originally published on Corporate Counsel
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This GLOBAL IN-HOUSE column, the second in a three-part series exploring how in-house leaders can bring change and disruption, focuses on practical tips to manage change in your legal function through strategy.
Imagine you own a company, and your chief compliance officer one day "blows the whistle" and alleges your company broke the law. After she leaves your company, you receive a demand letter from her attorney alleging that you have retaliated against her for blowing the whistle.
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