On The Job
Angela Ciccolo, the general counsel for the Special Olympics, runs a legal department that aims "to fill our lives with meaning."
A new report from Cornerstone Research and Latham & Watkins indicates that the larger the securities class action settlement, the more likely it is that at least some class members will jump ship and go it alone.
David Eisler and Christopher Steuart of IT Forensics have cowritten a new book, "The Digital Forensics Expert's Guide to Success in Cross-Examination."
A new survey by Association of Corporate Counsel and Empsight International indicates that general counsel salaries are increasing at a fairly predictable rate, while many law departments are cutting back on outside legal spend.
A new study from the University of British Columbia suggests the more women on a corporate board, the less the company pays for its acquisitions.
As a result of an ever-growing number of lawsuits, companies are being forced to consider whether their internship programs are worth the risk.
'Tis the season to be merry and bright—but also to avoid liability from harassment and intoxication at company holiday parties.
For many, the office potluck lunch represents a nice opportunity to eat some homemade dishes and maybe even enjoy the company of coworkers. But there are some dangers lurking out there.
According to a new study from Fenwick & West, there's a lot of variety when it comes to corporate governance "best practices," especially when you look at successful Silicon Valley companies.
There are plenty of ways for a communication breakdown to happen between in-house legal departments and outside counsel.
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