Ep. 9 - Womble Carlyle Litigation for the Non-Litigious Company - Failing to Learn from Litigation

Episode 9 of Litigation for the Non-Litigious Company: " Failing to Learn from Litigation"

A company facing litigation should make a commitment up front that when the litigation is over -- no matter whether the result is good or bad -- it will make a systematic effort to understand why it happened and how it could be avoided (or at least minimized) in the future.



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