The website may be fixed, but the corporate governance lessons arising from the rollout of Healthcare.gov keep on coming. And they provide timely, attention-grabbing and valuable teaching moments for corporate counsel with the board of directors.
Top female attorneys north of the border are finding a friendlier environment in corporate legal departments compared to law firms.
For in-house counsel, being a better writer means those memos you send to C-suite colleagues and other corporate clients won't lead to confusion and explanatory follow-ups.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service has begun its registry of Americans with foreign bank accounts—but an agency watchdog says the list isn't secure.
Careful planning and thoughtful legal advice during routine due diligence for an impending transaction can help ensure the continued privilege status of shared information and facilitate closing the deal.
A new piece of California legislation is raising the state's minimum wage in two steps over the next 18 months.
Increased demand by both government agencies and consumers for better cybersecurity standards will force companies in 2014 to take more decisive actions to protect against the legal, financial and public image risks, according to Kroll's third annual Cyber Security Forecast.
Is it time to allow the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to fully reject patent applications?
Aside from criminal prosecution, what can corporate victims of international cybercrime do to recoup, or at least mitigate, their losses?
Businesses in Mississippi are tired of hunting online for information on how to sell their products and services to the state, and a legislative watchdog is planning to simplify the process.
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