Summer 2006 Toolbox
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Empowering your attorney
Your Lawyer: An Owner's Manual
By Henry C. Krasnow
Agate Publishing, Evanston, Ill., 2006
188 pp., $14
Reviewed by Barbara Spector
Don't waste your time telling lawyer jokes to Henry Krasnow. In his nearly 40 years as an attorney for small and mid-sized businesses, he's heard plenty. “Shakespeare's suggestion, ‘First, let's kill all the lawyers,' is, of course, funny,” Krasnow writes in his new book, Your Lawyer: An Owner's Manual. “But if you are ever sued for breach of contract, or want to merge your company with another, you will still call a lawyer and not a playwright.”
Krasnow, senior partner at …
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