Keeping a Lid on Legal Costs What Can Boards Do?

How can boards control legal costs?
As much as a prudent, conscientious board may try to keep a lid on expenditures, sometimes shelling out is unavoidable. When it comes to legal costs though, 'shelling out' can often result in a bad case of sticker shock. In this clip, legal pros give some sage advice on how boards can use their counsel prudently, without racking up sky-high legal bills. 

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