Bigger isn't always better

Posted by Stephen M. Nipper at September 14, 2005 12:51 PM

If you enjoy Rethink(IP)'ll enjoy this article from the current (August 2005) IP Today:  LITIGATORS CORNER:  Who Says Contingent Fee Lawyers Are the Biggest Moneymakers?  [PDF]

Money quote:

No wonder large companies think litigation is too expensive. Their own need to hire big firms, coupled with runaway legal fees, is the largest part of their problem.  A defendant that shoots itself in the foot shouldn’t blame someone else for its own stupidity. Their corporate mentality, which equates size and expense to quality, is the main cause.


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