On The Job
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.
If corporate boards of directors and investors could read minds, what would they learn about each other?
Banks and credit unions are asking for more guidance—from regulators, that is.
Engaging in community petitioning, lobbying and strategic litigation with the sole aim of protecting your company's market share has become such a popular strategy even nuns are doing it.
A law recently implemented in Germany requires that at least 30 percent of public company boards need to be comprised of women. Will it lead to better financial results?
A new survey from Deloitte Financial Advisory Services shows that almost half of business executives lack the sufficient resources and skills to implement enterprise fraud and misuse management in their organizations.
According to the LegalView Index, demand for law firm hours dropped by 5 percent from about 6.1 million in 2012 to 5.8 million in the first nine months this year. The largest and smallest firms took the biggest hits.
Fairness opinions from financial advisers—a tool relied upon by a public company's board of directors when considering a sale—have become a hot topic in Delaware.
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