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In this challenging economic environment, companies of all sizes are searching for ways to lower their legal costs. The following tips can help those seeking to avoid or minimize legal expenses, especially those incurred in litigation. Don’t Get Sued. This sounds simple enough, and no one thinks their conduct invites litigation. Yet these are often the same people who rely on “handshake” deals, adopt overly hard-line negotiating tactics, and then shout “I’ll see you in court.” Such tactics provide litigation attorneys with a steady flow of work. The solution is easily enough stated, but sometimes difficult to adhere to: be fair and reasonable. If that doesn’t work, seek a prompt business resolution. When necessary, consult an attorney.

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