The litigation explosion faces us if the economy survives the actual crisis. This will place every major company at risk. Unless all mainframe go down, those firms whose computers fail will be subject to bankrupting litigation. In Y2K, the good news -- survival -- is bad news: jammed courts and lost money because of astronomically expensive settlements.
This professional legal journal warns how bad it will get, and tells you what you can do to mitigate the effects. In short, mitigate or litigate.