A record number of federal contractor debarments has lawyers talking.
In June we recognized the lawyers at four companies as Corporate Counsel's Best Legal Departments. We also found much to admire in other nominees. This is the first installment of snapshots of 2013's finalists.
A Justice Department deal becomes fodder for a political fracas in Washington.
YouTube is also compiling a highlight reel of litigation victories.
References to both cybersecurity and antibribery risks in regulatory filings by public companies have increased in the past year, according to a new analysis from business-intelligence firm Intelligize.
The prevailing wisdom among the Association of Corporate Counsel's 2013 class of Value Champions is that hourly billing for legal services is dead, technology is on the rise, and predictability is a priority.
Executives whose companies are working on the international stage should be wary of the Department of Justice's aggressive prosecution of individuals on bribery charges, according to Mythili Raman, acting assistant attorney general for the DOJ's criminal division.
The key to getting your opponent to do something that is in your best interest is persuading your opponent that accepting your proposition is in their best interest. This is true no matter what you are negotiating.
How can the general counsel obtain justice when the company is the target of theft, infringement, fraud, or other unfair business practices? Determining where to fight the battle to protect these rights is a crucial decision.
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