November 3, 2005
Fulbright & Jaworski's 2005 Litigation Trends Survey
In its latest annual 2005 Litigation Trends Survey, the international law firm Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. has found that litigation has become the great equalizer of the modern corporation. Regardless of size, industry or location, there is certain to be a sizeable number of disputes diverting the resources of American businesses. Nearly 90% of U.S. corporations are engaged in some type of litigation, and the average company balances a docket of 37 U.S. lawsuits. For $1 billion-plus companies in the U.S., the average number of cases being juggled at home soars to 147.
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