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Legal Risk Management for In-House Counsel and Managers

Many companies don’t think about risk management until they’re confronted with class-action lawsuits, product liability claims, government investigations, shareholder actions, and fines. Take a proactive approach to protecting your company with Bryan E. Hopkins’ Legal Risk Management for In-House Counsel and Managers.

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Agreements, Forms and Checklists for Risk Managers

Agreements, Forms and Checklists for Risk Managers shows readers how in today’s business environment, companies either properly manage the complex world of legal and corporate risk or suffer the consequences. The wrong decision can kill a company—but how can those responsible for risk management keep on top of company needs? This highly informative book is the answer.

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The Art of Legal Risk Management

Bryan E. Hopkins, an international lawyer, explores how companies can minimize, mitigate, or transfer risk through legal risk management.

The Art of Legal Risk Management describes many of the processes and activities that have been developed through his experience to manage and control legal risks faced by most companies today. It is not meant to be exhaustive or all-encompassing, but to describe the basic legal risk management or LRM processes a risk manager, corporate manager, or in-house counsel should consider when trying to minimize legal risk and exposure.

Remember, the fate of a company or organization in today’s world is tied to how it handles legal risk and whether it manages risk effectively or fails to appreciate the consequences of disregarding it. So, it is you — the reader — that must fully understand and appreciate the legal risks your organization faces and how to handle such risks.