Regulatory Risk Modeling | Law Practice
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WilliamDevineEsquire is an independent law firm that develops regulatory risk models for innovators who seek a catalyst.
On an economic level, the model helps a client build a more valuable economic performance, an improved employee productivity, and a bigger role as a global economic leader.
On a legal level, the model is the low-cost alternative to hiring high-priced litigators for regulatory showdowns that are embarrassing, expensive and avoidable.
See Board + Management to learn more on how enterprises and careers are transformed by working at the intersection where regulatory risk meets value creation and leadership.
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"Your advice was invaluable … you really cut to the heart of the matter quickly and cleanly ... We're really pleased to have this locked up and I'm personally grateful for your creativity, your wise counsel, and your legal counsel.”
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San Francisco Technology Campus
August 2, 2017
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Inside Compliance | Loyola University Chicago School of Law
September 19, 2017
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Create Regulatory Risk Model for global education enterprise.
Create fifty-state Regulatory Risk Model for European daily fantasy sports enterprise considering entry into North American market.
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I N N O V A T I O N, L E A D E R S H I P & R E G U L A T O R Y R I S K
Of the investors responding to the 2017 PricewaterhouseCoopers Investor Survey:
• 95% report that innovation skills are somewhat or very important for companies.
• 92% report that leadership skills are somewhat or very important.
• 89% report that risk management skills are somewhat or very important.
The takeaway: wise leaders will make a strong effort to monitor and capitalize on the interplay between enterprise innovation, leadership and regulatory risk.
And note that investor demand for risk management skill is nothing new:
• 94% of investors responding to the 2013 PwC Investor Survey reported that risk management expertise is the most important skill a director can offer, ahead of operational, financial and industry expertise.
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