IX. Positioning the Company – Killing Litigation

Sun Tzu said:  7. In crossing salt-marshes, your sole concern should be to get over them quickly, without any delay.  8. If forced to fight in a salt-marsh, you should have water and grass near you, and get your back to a clump of trees.  So much for operations in salt-marches.

In business: 7. When being subjected to litigation, your sole concern should be to get over it quickly, without any undue delay. 8. If forced to fight in court, you should have good legal advice and experience near you, and get convincing evidence. So much for handling litigation.

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