Center for Conscious Business Law
To build and protect resilient, mutually beneficial business relationships.
The Conscious Business Lawyer
Glenn Meier, Esq.
Conscious Business Lawyer
"I'm at my best," Glenn notes, "when I’m helping my clients make their business relationships work better. Sometimes that means helping them build the relationship from scratch and sometimes it means helping them restore a damaged relationship. Regardless of the entry point, I work with people to strengthen those relationships and design legal agreements that support them."
Mr. Meier is a shareholder with the Las Vegas Law firm of Holley, Driggs, Walch Fine, Puzey, & Thompson. All engagements for services discussed on this site are contracted through the Holley Driggs firm.
Conscious Capitalism is a growing worldwide movement of leaders who are on a mission to elevate humanity through business. The movement recognizes the historical fact that free enterprise capitalism has been the greatest force in the world for lifting people out of poverty and helping them enrich their lives and the lives of others. Yet the movement also recognizes that in our history the power of capitalism can be misused. As the Conscious Capitalism International organization puts it:
Capitalism works. Period. Its power to positively change lives is unparalleled. But misuse of capitalism’s power by some has led to negative stereotypes such as greed, misconduct, and exclusion. This inaccurate way of thinking about business seemed destined to be an unshakable narrative — until now. There is a better way to be a capitalist. A way that will create a better world for everyone. A way forward for humankind to liberate the heroic spirit of business and our collective entrepreneurial creativity so we can be free to solve the many challenges we face. Conscious Capitalism provides that path.
To learn more about how our services at CCBL support the principles of Conscious Capitalism, click here.
The Four Tenets of Conscious Capitalism
A conscious company must serve a higher purpose
A conscious company adopts a stakeholder orientation
A conscious company has conscious leadership
A conscious company has a conscious culture
1 a Conscious Company must serve a higher purpose
2 a Conscious Company adopts a stakeholder orientation
3 a Conscious Company has conscious leadership
4 a Conscious Company has a conscious culture
“Working with Glenn is an absolute dream. Not only is he deeply knowledgeable about conflict resolution and business strategy, but he is a profoundly kind person who is pioneering a conscious path in the legal field. I have recommended Glenn to numerous other business owners and CEOs as the go-to person in this field.”
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