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Partner Ted Banks was quoted in Crain’s Chicago Business about the reasons why a company might set aside a reserve to cover possible expenses due to antitrust litigation. Banks noted that setting aside a reserve does not automatically show that the company is admitting guilt in an antitrust matter. Even if the company believes it has strong defenses, settling a lawsuit might be a prudent business move since it avoids the uncertainty and expense of litigation.
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