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You Snooze, You Lose: What an Employer Should First Do When Notified of a Legal Action

It is never pleasant to receive notice of a legal proceeding against you, and employers often wait until the last minute to deal with it, or do worse by trying to eliminate relevant evidence.  Employers are reluctant to hire lawyers early because they believe it will be expensive and complicated. So, what should an employer do after it receives notice of a legal action?  Do the three Ps:  hire a Professional, Preserve evidence, and conduct a Preliminary Investigation. Hire a Professional Should an employer hire an attorney if it receives a lawsuit complaint or other notice of a claim? Absolutely, …

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