Certain things, such as death and taxes, are inevitable. Conflict is one of them. If you know it is coming, even if unlikely, shouldn't it be part of the risk management plan? We plan for other contingencies; why not conflict?
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William A. Zucker is a partner at McCarter & English, LLP, in its Boston office. Mr. Zucker has served in a number of special capacities including being a special assistant attorney general for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to investigate the construction and design issues arising from the construction of the Central Artery/Tunnel currently know as the Big Dig. Mr. Zucker has litigated a number of leading cases in the areas of… Read More
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