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Woman attorney looking at note pad in courtroom with client Risk managers are often present during high-stakes civil trials. (Photo: iStock)

Loss control plans stand upon twin pillars: insurance protection and risk management. The first is a financial product to defray personal or business losses, the second is a managerial regimen to prevent such losses or reduce their severity. Risk management is the proverbial “stitch in time that saves nine.” Does risk management end at the courthouse steps, or can it continue even after counsel for the parties stand and address the court: “Ready, Your Honor!”

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