Measures For Preparing For Potential Litigation That May Arise

Knowing that litigation may arise at any time forces a business to be prepared for pending litigation by having a proper records keeping policy in place. If the preparation contingency plan and records are maintained meticulously the potential effects of litigation can be decreased.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What defensive measures can a company take to prevent the full extent of litigation?
What has been the precedence of these cases regarding the memorialized documents?
Are there any exceptions that may bar the admissibility of these memoralized documents at a trial?


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