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No Nonsense Lawyer wants to know “What’s Your Business M.O.?”
Boutique Leadership Consulting Firm Creates New Niche. Business decisions often get made in a hurry, with incomplete information about their legal consequences. Companies are then surprised when they get sued. It’s an expensive and vicious cycle.
Chapel Hill, NC – September 26, 201 “The biggest legal mistake business make, isn’t a legal mistake at all. It’s a business leadership mistake,” says award winning, best-selling author, and attorney, Hanna Hasl-Kelchner.
Business decisions often get made in a hurry, with incomplete information about their legal consequences. Companies are then surprised when they get sued. It’s an expensive and vicious cycle Hasl-Kelchner has seen repeated in human resource management, contract management and negotiations, and brand management during her more than 30 years of counseling clients.
“In general, business legal issues are predictable surprises,” says Hasl-Kelchner. Good companies are highly effective at responding quickly to legal problems; but, the truly great ones know how to anticipate and avoid them. They’re proactive, not reactive.
“Those are the companies who can grow faster, and enjoy stellar reputations, because they don’t have excess legal baggage diverting their resources or slowing them down.”
That’s why she founded Business M.O., LLC, to help businesses who hate to get sued under-stand how to manage their legal risk more effectively and use the law as a wealth-building tool.
She helps you access your business modus operandi, your “M.O.,” and helps identify areas for improvement by demystifying the law and making it accessible with easy to understand and relevant examples designed to improve legal literacy and develop Legal Leverage® that builds a stronger, more legally savvy company culture equipped to keep your business on the fast track and successfully navigate legal speed bumps, potholes, and landmines.
Proper systems and training provide the satisfaction and peace of mind that come from “doing the right thing,” plus they give you more control in managing latent legal risk, stronger business relationship, happier employees and stake holders, lower risk and fewer lawsuits, more brand protection, more business sustainability, and more freedom to conduct business on your terms.
Bottom line savvy businesses recognize that no one ever really wins a law suit. They learn how to use the law both defensively and offensively as part of a business strategy. They discover how to “leverage”
To learn more about Legal Leverage® download a free copy of Hasl-Kelchner’
To learn more about Hanna Hasl-Kelchner and Business M.O., LLC visit http://nononsenselawyer.com.
More about Hanna Hasl-Kelchner:
Hanna Hasl-Kelchner, also known as The No Nonsense Lawyer™, has been educating and providing businesses with practical, no nonsense insights on the intersection of business and law for over 30 years. She has been called a “lawyer you can love” by a Cup of Chicken Soup for the Soul co-author and helps businesses save money and avoid lawsuits because she makes the connection between law and business clear and keeps it simple.
Armed with practical business experience from running a business before age 30, as well as an MBA, Hanna has been seen and heard on FoxNews, MSNBC and numerous radio shows, presented at trade association and conference groups, and has been lauded for her expertise and award-winning insights. She is an award winning, best-selling author and attorney with over 30 years of experience in private, government and in-house practice, including the U.S. International Trade Commission where one of her cases was decided by President Ronald Reagan.
She earned her undergraduate degree from Duke University, her MBA degree from Cornell University, and her law degree from the Rutgers University School of Law – Camden, where she won awards for her advocacy skills. She has also been on the faculty and taught at the Duke University Fuqua School of Management and the University of Virginia, Darden School of Business. She is also on the editorial board of The Journal of Business Ethics.
Her earlier book, The Business Guide to Legal Literacy: What Every Manager Should Know about the Law, puts you in the driver’s seat of legal risk management. It lets you overcome the fear and intimidation that comes from a lack of clear understanding and knowledge of how The Law affects your business enterprise and it provides a roadmap for identifying the strengths and weaknesses of your current risk management strategies.
To learn more about Hanna Hasl-Kelchner and Business M.O., LLC visit http://nononsenselawyer.com