Forum: In times of trouble
In the second of our two-part series on the benefits of insourcing litigation expertise, Aaron Davey looks at the value of in-house counsel in the worst-case scenario - the court case
Telling a member of the board that their holiday plans may need to be modified in order to attend a trial is somewhat akin to the lion tamer’s trick of putting his head in an open mouth. This is one of the more sensitive tasks an in-house litigator must face. Either they withdraw with their head intact, or they get a little more than just their ear chewed off.
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