Less than three months after a federal jury found former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. VP Fabrice Tourre liable for securities fraud, Matthew Martens, the Securities and Exchange Commission's lead trial counsel on the case, is leaving the agency.
The legal department at Facebook has a new event to post on its timeline. The global social network announced Wednesday that it has added technology and data privacy expert Ashlie Beringer as its deputy general counsel.
When the Carlyle Group bought DuPont Performance Coatings in February 2013, the company got a new identity: Axalta Coating Systems. Now the company also has a new general counsel: Michael Finn.
To find its first new general counsel in more than a quarter century, Boston University did not have to look very far. The school has tapped Erika Geetter, currently deputy general counsel, for the job.
Ken Grady, former general counsel of shoe and apparel company Wolverine World Wide Inc., is the new CEO for SeyfarthLean Consulting, the consulting unit of Seyfarth Shaw.
Jennifer Rochon, who is a third-generation girl scout, will start at the New York-based organization next month, leaving behind her current job as a litigation partner at Kramer Levin.
General Electric has tapped Oracle's vice president of privacy and security legal and chief privacy officer to replace Nuala O'Connor Kelly, who left GE for Amazon
Defense contractor Northrop Grumman has brought in Harvey Nathan, a former U.S. Defense Department counsel, to serve as its lead lawyer for government contracting and lobbying.
Robert Hoyt is leaving his job as general counsel of Pittsburgh-based PNC Financial Services Group Inc. to become GC at the U.K.'s second-largest bank, Barclays.
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