The Art of Legal Risk Management
About the Book
As a result of corporate scandals, government investigations, disasters, and fines, legal risk management has become more critical than ever.
The term covers legal issues such as class action lawsuits, product liability claims, government investigations and fines, shareholder actions, and other legal-related matters. To navigate this complex world, companies need to be proactive about instituting a legal risk management program.
Bryan E. Hopkins, an international lawyer, combines legal risk concepts with enterprise risk management and other risk management ideas to help companies get smart about managing risk in this guide. Find out how to:
• apply legal risk management concepts in a corporate setting;
• understand how to manage regulatory and compliance issues
• avoid accusations of discrimination; and
• steer clear of product liability claims.
This guide includes a fictional case study with two characters, Eunice Kim and Mr. Lee, who bring the issues revolving around risk management to life.
Minimize, mitigate, and transfer legal risk with the lessons, strategies, and action steps in The Art of Legal Risk Management.
About the Author
Bryan E. Hopkins is an international lawyer at the law firm of Lee & Ko in Seoul, Korea. Previously, he was the general counsel of Samsung Electronics America Inc. and spent many years counseling multinational corporations and subsidiaries on managing and mitigating legal risk. He is also the author of Agreements, Forms and Checklists for Risk Managers.