On The Job
The real trick for a firm isn't offering discounts on rates, but instead figuring out what its distinguishing values are, what it does best, and what it can do profitably.
Don Draper says, "Change is neither good nor bad, it simply is," advice that is also spot-on for corporate data privacy compliance programs.
How do forensic examiners determine data was taken? How do they figure out what storage devices were used to carry away ESI? How do they find clues of motive?
In the closely watched "no poach" case, a judge is reviewing Google's privilege claim for emails between it and Bill Campbell, who also happens to be the chairman of the board at Intuit and a director at Apple.
The most powerful role models lead more by action than words, a lesson leaders and managers could learn just by watching the biggest, baddest new CEO on the planet, Pope Francis I.
One of the biggest legal risks companies face when making policy changes is that employees will experience disparate treatment, driving lawsuits on discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.
Several attorneys have filed memos claiming that the plaintiff's lawyers in the Citigroup Inc. securities litigation case are trying to inflate the price of temporary attorneys far beyond their actual cost.
With key regulators actively promoting new anti-money laundering initiatives for 2013, stricter AML oversight for corporations is all but certain.
D. Casey Flaherty, corporate counsel at Kia Motors America, reviews four stories that reinforce his preconceptions of lawyers' time and billing practices.
A study of corporate counsel indicates they are relying less on arbitration and more on mediated negotiation and other informal approaches.
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