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Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 2006
Version: 8 March 2007

Abstract

Describes the four components of legal astuteness: (1) the attitudes; (2) the proactive approach; (3) the judgment; and (4) the knowledge necessary to manage the legal aspects of business effectively. Identifies a number of legal tools legally astute managers can use during different phases of business development to create and capture value and manage risk.

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Abstract

Describes the four components of legal astuteness: (1) the attitudes; (2) the proactive approach; (3) the judgment; and (4) the knowledge necessary to manage the legal aspects of business effectively. Identifies a number of legal tools legally astute managers can use during different phases of business development to create and capture value and manage risk.

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