Inside Counsel

The company attorney can do several things at the conclusion of a matter to maximize the future litigation experience.

The first five articles in this series focused on what an in-house lawyer can do to prepare for litigation before it arises, to be in the best possible position to manage litigation to the company’s benefit. This article, the sixth and final of the series, highlights several things that the company attorney can do at the conclusion of a litigation matter—whether as the result of a settlement, a judge’s ruling on a dispositive motion, or a jury verdict—to maximize the litigation experience for future purposes, regardless of the outcome.

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