Saturday, July 24, 2010
I've heard it for years, but only recently have I come to understand it myself; litigation is too expensive. Way too expensive. Counter-productively expensive. Ruinously expensive. Inexcusably expensive. Unjustly expensive.
Attorneys and the judges who hear their cases should be paid for a valuable service, no more no less, but that is not what is happening now. Litigation has become expensive because, at bottom, everyone's trying to pass the buck, and to those to whom the buck is passed, each of them is out to make a buck.
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