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managers fail to understand the approach of lawyers

Is it true that lawyers fail to understand the needs of business, and managers fail to understand the approach of lawyers? Did anything you learned make you worry less about this problem? Anything make you worry more? Explain.

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Is it true that lawyers fail to understand the needs of business, and managers fail to understand the approach of lawyers?
Is it true that lawyers fail to understand the needs of business, and managers fail to understand the approach of lawyers? Did anything you learned make you worry less about this problem? Anything make you worry more? Explain.
The lawyer does not necessarily work for the manager or for the management. He is a person learned in law, as an attorney, counsel or solicitor. He is a person who is licensed to practice law. The lawyer does not run the business, nor does he set the objectives of business. He is a professional authorized to practice law, conduct lawsuit for business or give legal advice to businesses. The lawyer assists people by representing them on legal matters. Business managers work in specialized ways, managing single departments, or manage smaller companies and ...

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