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Dynamic Business Challenges and Health Care Reform
The Legal Intelligencer
March 23, 2010

Last year, Paul Tufano’s 19-year-old son, an avid cyclist, turned his father on to cycling so much that he agreed to a five-day bike ride across Pennsylvania with his son, beginning in Pittsburgh and ending on Father’s Day at Independence Hall, near their home the suburbs of Philadelphia. Full Text

Comings & Goings
The Legal Intelligencer
March 23, 2010

Morgan Lewis & Bockius announced Jan. 11 that Karen D. Cyr, one of the longest-serving general counsel in the history of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, has joined the firm’s energy practice as a senior counsel. Full Text

Compliance Officers Break Ties to Legal Departments
The Legal Intelligencer
March 23, 2010

In a world of regulations, recession and corporate scandal, the creation of compliance and ethics roles has been on the rise. But what is dropping is the number of those newly created positions that are in any way tied to the legal department. Full Text

GCs Speak Out on Hiring Trends
The Legal Intelligencer
March 23, 2010

Last year, in “Yes, Now IS the Right Time to Add Headcount” (GC Mid-Atlantic, March 2009), we explored the reasons many corporations were bucking current hiring trends and bringing on more legal staff. Not in extravagant numbers, mind you, but strategic hires they considered necessary for their continued success, both in their industry niche and the overall marketplace. Full Text

Finding a Job During (and Despite) the Recession
The Legal Intelligencer
March 23, 2010

Job-hunting during a recession can be a discouraging and miserable experience, but every economic downturn has the potential to create career opportunities for those with the right skill-sets and a little bit of luck. In-house counsel are no exception. Full Text

Strategic Priorities for General Counsel in 2010
The Legal Intelligencer
March 23, 2010

The year 2010 is shaping up to be a “best of times, worst of times” year for general counsel. On the one hand, GCs — and the senior lawyers and professionals who help them lead their law departments — are under extraordinary pressure to reduce costs. Full Text