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How to Think Like an Attorney: Practical Tips for Assessing Risk & Reward
This activity is pre-approved for SHRM recertification credits
Michelle Bomberger Equinox Business Law Group
When: November 15, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
The practical application of that law, understanding downstream consequences and the ability to weigh risks and rewards is what “thinking like an attorney” is all about and a valuable skill in any leader’s toolkit.
In this session, Michelle Bomberger, CEO and Managing Attorney with Equinox Business Law Group, will break down how to think like an attorney when facing complex issues in business, particularly employment related matters.
You will learn:
• What to do when the law is unclear
• How to weigh risk and reward when faced with multiple options, especially when all of your options are bad.
• How to mitigate unintended consequences
• Questions to ask when you do call the attorney and they tell you “it depends…”