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If the typical litigation risk assessment is unlikely to contain relevant information, however, then this raises two questions, both of which suggest that the Textron decision might not be as significant outside of the tax context as this Comment has argued.
More fundamentally, the cost of creating a litigation risk assessment does not qualify as investment in the stakes-dividing function of litigation but instead is incurred for business purposes and as such produces positive social benefits.
In particular, it may deter companies, public and nonpublic, from voluntarily preparing litigation risk assessments that estimate the company's contingent liabilities for the benefit of third parties, including potential acquirers or investors, and thereby impede socially efficient business transactions, while at the same time diminishing the accuracy of public companies' financial statements.
In addition, the litigation risk assessment for uncertain tax positions should be prepared on a recurring basis, as is usually done for general litigation reserves.
Only documents that are prepared because of a litigation risk, including the litigation risk assessment under FIN 48, should be marked with a legend that they are "subject to the work product privilege.
Similarly, FIN 48 litigation risk assessments should be maintained in a separate file labeled "tax litigation workpapers," and these workpapers should include all potentially privileged information regarding the tax reserves on an individual issue basis.
This article follows up on a second article entitled "Further Thoughts on the Usefulness of Litigation Risk Assessments for the Management of Tax Controversies," which appeared in the May-June 1998 issue of The Tax Executive (50 Tax Executive 187).
As discussed in my previous article, subjective judgments are at the core of a litigation risk assessment.
Subsequently, we assisted the company in performing a litigation risk assessment.
The lesson from these experiences is that a litigation risk assessment can be very helpful for the formulation and consideration of a settlement offer.
A complex, large dollar issue may warrant a full litigation risk assessment prior to those settlement discussions.
Further, if litigation is the ultimate course, a litigation risk assessment done at the outset should be updated as the case develops.