How to Keep Your Company Out of Court

Hanna Hasl-Kelchner
Hanna is firmly committed to showing executives, managers and entrepreneurs how to look ahead and put legal problems in their rear view mirror. 
“She’s definitely a lawyer you can love,” says a Chicken Soup for the Soul co-author. 
She knows the law can be confusing, frustrating and intimidating, and that sticking your head in the ground only makes your assets a bigger target. Those kinds of mistakes happen every day. 
The bigger question is: What are these mistakes costing your business in lost opportunities and how long can you afford to wait before you get sued? 
Hanna makes the law accessible by explaining legal concepts in easy to understand language that makes business sense. She provides the tools and information you need to make more informed decisions and catapult your business to higher levels of performance.

Hanna is a best-selling and award winning author whose opinions and views have been sought by top journalists. She has been quoted in the Los Angeles Times, Business Week, Fortune, and HR Magazine among others. She has also appeared on national news radio, and TV, including MSNBC, FOXNews, ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox affiliates nationwide.

Her formal education includes an undergraduate degree from Duke, an MBA from Cornell and a law degree from Rutgers. She is also a two time ACQ Global Award US – Leadership Advisory of the Year winner.

Her insights have assisted influential decision makers ranging from start-ups, to the Fortune 100 and the White House. But her greatest reward comes from seeing the transformation in the eyes of people who have been empowered by her wisdom, training, and methods and who welcome those results for themselves.


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