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Much of the discussion around litigation is focused on companies involved in numerous lawsuits, but the reality is most organizations face few lawsuits of any significance each year. While the litigation landscape has changed in the past few years, what – if anything – should these low-litigation companies do to prepare? Many inside counsel believe they should probably be doing something, but how much preparedness do we really need, and how do we balance this with restrictive budgets? This panel of inside counsel from companies that historically have not had much litigation will address the extent the current litigation landscape in 2010 impacts their planning, what types of activities they are doing to prepare, traps low-litigation companies in particular face, as well as how they developed a business case for senior management for undertaking the readiness activities they pursued.

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