Litigation and Disputes

At some point, your company may face a lawsuit or allegations that could lead to a lawsuit or a criminal investigation. Are you prepared to deal with that scenario? As corporate counsel, you may not have as much experience with litigation as you do with corporate issues, but it will be important to understand the legal issues involved. Whether you handle the matter yourself or involve outside litigation counsel to handle the matter, you are responsible for managing the initial response, as well as the case and its outcome. Learn more about how to prepare and guide your company through these issues in the Litigation and Disputes section of FindLaw’s Corporate Counsel Center, which provides information on matters such as Civil Litigation, Criminal Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), and related subjects.

Litigation and Disputes Articles
    • The Problem of Shifting, Inconsistent Explanations

      Employers, like anyone else, want to get things right. When issues arise it can be tempting for an employer to change course, or if an explanation for something happening is not received well it may be tempting to advance a new story.

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    • Straight Talk About Telemarketing

      You know the routine: you sit down to dinner and the phone rings. You answer it. There's a pleasant voice trying to sell you something. If you're tempted by the offer, you'd better get the facts before a potential fraud gets you ...

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    • Solving Consumer Problems

      No doubt you've purchased a product or service that you weren't happy with. Rather than accepting the situation, take action. After all, businesses want to keep you happy so you'll keep coming back. The Federal Trade Commission suggests these simple ...

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    • What to Know When Taking Equity Investments from Electric Utilities

      The U.S. electric utility industry has traditionally been a very significant purchaser of technology based products and services. Notwithstanding this history, the wholesale and retail restructuring of the industry has created an explosive demand for new technology and services.

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    • Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System

      The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) accepts reports from the public of any unusual event which occurred after a vaccination was given. In order to collect all information that may be of ...

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