I’m writing an article on Risk Management techniques, and an associate mentioned that a good intro to the article might involve “a John Grisham novel (I forget which one) in which a firm knew that its product was defective, but decided that the cost of fixing it would be less than the cost of law suit settlements.”
Not being up on John Grisham novels, I went to Amazon and tried to find a synopsis of this book. I can’t find it. I now turn to the best research facility in the universe - the combined intelligence of the Teeming Millions.
Anyone know which book this might be? It might not even be a Grisham book - the description sounds as if it could be Crichton as well. Actually, any amusing anecdote involving a book or a real life incident talking about how risk management is important yet costly would work.