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Arch Villain: 5 Business Lessons from ‘The Founder’

Have you seen the new Michael Keaton movie where he plays a bad guy? No, I’m not talking about his excellent turn as the Vulture (probably the best recent Marvel movie villain) in the latest Spiderman movie. Did you see him as Ray Kroc in "The Founder," a late-life biopic of the great co-opter of McDonald’s? I’m a sucker for historical drama, so when this movie came out, I was genuinely excited to see it. If you haven’t seen it, watch it (it’s on Netflix now), because I'm going to talk about it below. Now, you may be asking yourself: Why write about this movie in Attorney at Work? Excellent question. It’s because there are law firm management lessons to be derived. (I’ve done this before. Trust me.)

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