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You're in business because you believe people can be convinced of things, for example to purchase your products or services. So when you are served with a lawsuit, you might want to do all kinds of things that will convince the plaintiff that you're a decent human who would never cause anyone harm. Don't do that.
There is no single approach that works for all lawsuits. But there are definitely some things you don't want to do when your business is sued. Let's consider.
When you are sued, the first thing to do is review the paperwork, call an attorney, and try not to panic. The vast majority of lawsuits are settled out of court and you can avoid serious trouble if you proceed with caution. Here are some things you should not do.
If you are facing a lawsuit or just need guidance on your business operations, talk to a lawyer . Having able counsel can make facing challenges a lot easier. Get help.
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