Samrat “Sam” Khichi runs the legal department at Catalent Pharma Solutions on the theory that there is strength in collective experience.

Khichi, whose motto is “assume good intentions,” says that, while this makes dialogue more productive, even the best intentions and goals won’t make a diverse legal department work without a culture of “deep, mutual respect.” It’s not just sharing cannolis and potato latkes, although this helps, he says.

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