Legal defense is the best offense

Cata, Ricardo J.; Kittredge, David N.
August 1995
Business Mexico;Aug1995, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p43
Explains the role a defense counsel will play in defending a claim already in litigation. Role in the development of a program to prevent products liability in the future; Identification of the maker of the product; Defenses for foreign manufacturers; Two tiers of legal counselling in the United States.


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