Why are companies so frequently sued in the United States, and how might these business litigation liabilities be avoided through preventative measures and more effectively managed?
Avoiding and Managing US Business Litigation Risks answers those two weighty questions. The central premise of the work is that many costly and protracted lawsuits in the US are traceable to unforced errors companies make time and again. By better understanding the sources of commercial litigation, preventive steps can be implemented, reducing these risks.
Like sharks trolling the waters searching for their next meal, claimants and the counsel eager to represent them may be eyeing your business, eager to capitalize on any malfeasance or errors. The questions are: who are these future plaintiffs and what legal theories might they be preparing to pursue? Is there framework for categorizing and prioritizing litigation risks so that practical steps can be made to avoid these lawsuits?