No business likes litigation. Lawsuits and trials can be stressful, unpredictable, and often confounding—even for battle-scarred business leaders. But they’re something almost every business must confront. Speaking of Litigation pulls back the curtain for an inside look at the various stages of litigation and the key strategic issues businesses face along the way. In this episode, attorneys Anthony Argiropoulos, Ken Kelly, and Jim Flynn kick off the discussion.
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