Companies across industries and varying in size have a few things in common. One such common area is that all companies will at some time experience both internal and external conflicts, and the corporate counsel office can be a key to managing conflicts effectively. Conflict resolution is a basic responsibility of every in-house counsel in America, but after 16 years working in a franchise environment with AFC Enterprises Inc. and the Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen brand, it is my belief that the best outcomes are realized when conflict resolution is approached with common purpose, trust, and transparency.
4 Key Points for In-House Counsel When Managing Conflict
July 31, 2012
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