Risk - Practice Areas

Practice Areas

Risk is ubiquitous in all areas of life and risk management is something that we all must do, whether we are managing a major organization or simply crossing the road. When describing risk however, it is convenient to consider that risk practitioners operate in some specific practice areas.

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Shiboleth, Yisraeli, Roberts, Zisman And Moshe H. Ne'eman, Ben-Artzi & Co. - Practice Areas
... Shibolet’s corporate and commercial practice has recently been rated by Chambers and Partners ... The firm's high-tech and venture capital practice has recently been rated by Chambers and Partners as a top tier practice ... The firm’s Telecommunications and Media practice is among the leaders in this field in Israel ...
Lehman, Lee & Xu - Practice Areas
... maintaining and building upon its traditional strengths, the firm has diversified into all areas of corporate and commercial law, not to mention breaking ground into less traditional areas such as mass tort and ...
Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz - Practice Areas
... In addition to its broad-based litigation and lobbying practices, the firm has practices in corporate law, mergers acquisitions, labor and employment ...
Miller, Canfield, Paddock & Stone - Practice Areas
... firm has a sizable automotive and bankruptcy practice, and also represents businesses in labor and employment and immigration matters, including helping businesses ... The firm also has practice groups for litigation, international law and Canadian law, taxation, corporate, and securities work, real estate, environmental law, intellectual property, criminal ...

Famous quotes containing the words areas and/or practice:

    In my writing I am acting as a map maker, an explorer of psychic areas ... a cosmonaut of inner space, and I see no point in exploring areas that have already been thoroughly surveyed.
    William Burroughs (b. 1914)

    To know how to be content, and to be so, protects one from disgrace; to know self-restraint and practice it protects one from shame.
    —Chinese proverb.

    Lao-tzu.