Does your C&E program do this?

In his Devil’s Dictionary short story writer Ambrose Bierce defined ‘law suit” to mean: ‘A machine which you go into as a pig and come out of as a sausage.”

I have always loved this definition, particularly, given that it was made more than a century ago.

But does the basic idea  belong in a C&E program?

I think so,  at least at a high level. While not in the heartland of such programs, the unexpected costliness of bringing bad faith lawsuits is worth treating as a risk, and one where the C&E office can in  some circumstances make a positive  contribution.

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