When Lawyers are CEOs, Good Things Happen (Most of the Time)
Move over philosopher-kings—let’s hear it for the lawyer-CEOs. A new study of publicly traded companies headed by chief executives who also have law degrees found that such companies don’t get sued as often, and when they do, the consequences of litigation are less severe.
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