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- Part I: False Promises
- Casualty Insurance
- Insurance and the Can of Mother's Peas
- The McKinsey Method
- From Sears to CCPR
- McKinsey's Original Presentation
- The Zero-Sum Economic Game
- McKinsey's Closed File Survey
- Good Hands or Boxing Gloves
- The Enron Performance Measures
- Boxing Gloves Litigation
- The Zero Sum Discovery Game
- Winning the Trade Secret Discovery Game
- On-Demand Protective Orders
- Part II: MIST, CCPR, and Fraud
- MIST Segmentation Protocols
- The Science of MIST
- MIST and Biomechanics
- MIST Experts
- Part III: Colossus
- Part IV: The McKinsey Slides
- A. The McKinsey Slides 1-999
- B. The McKinsey Slides 1000-1999
- C. The McKinsey Slides 2000-2999
- D. The McKinsey Slides 3000-3999
- E. The McKinsey Slides 4000-4999
- F. The McKinsey Slides 5000-5999
- G. The McKinsey Slides 6000-6999
- H. The McKinsey Slides 7000-7999
- I. The McKinsey Slides 8000-8999
- J. The McKinsey Slides 9000-9999
- K. The McKinsey Slides 10000-10999
- L. The McKinsey Slides 11000-11999
- M. The McKinsey Slides 12000-12999
- Part V: The McKinsey Slide Pictures
- N. The McKinsey Slide Pictures
- Table of Authorities
What Legal Leaders Are Saying
— United Policyholders
This book delves deep into the dark heart of the profit-boosting strategies that “efficiency” consulting firm McKinsey & Company cooked up with Allstate and the dramatic negative impact they have had on policyholders.