CFOs need to understand and track the cost-benefit relationship, which may shift over time, between the dollar amounts realistically at stake for their company in the lawsuit
versus the amount of legal fees being spent.
Partner is reviewing and assessing the lawsuit
and is unable, at this preliminary stage, to evaluate, with any degree of certainty, the probability of success of the lawsuit
or the range of potential exposure, if any.
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The first three are generally made to sophisticated business organizations, but consumer lawsuit
loans can easily take advantage of unsuspecting or overwhelmed individuals.
SULAIMANIYAH: Newspapers and journalists in Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan region have been bombarded by a barrage of lawsuits
from regional political parties, media rights groups and editors say.
On June 17, 2004, the group filed a lawsuit
listing three of its top officers as plaintiffs.
Four subsequent lawsuits
have made it clear that the Supreme Court's ruling did not end the legal controversy.
Haddigan, a senior vice president and managing director of the national real estate investment firm Marcus & Millichap, "The lawsuit
is about open markets and fairness, not just for Kentucky property owners, but for Kentucky taxpayers and those who purchase property in Kentucky, regardless of where they live."
One important requirement of the Federal Courts is that parties cannot destroy evidence when a company is a party in a case or when a party anticipates that a lawsuit
is likely to occur.
The student was in the position of not attending any of the parish's other junior high schools, according to the lawsuit
"These and other activities are often triggers to lawsuits
, potentially placing the firm in greater financial peril," McGee said.
Williams, the lawsuit
began during a period when city schools were indeed being shortchanged in the allocation of state funds.