There is little doubt whom federal prosecutors blame for the recent legal problems at JPMorgan Chase & Co. The feds used extensive details in a deferred prosecution agreement to spank the bank's in-h
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Prosecution of corporations for overseas bribery will continue at a healthy clip in 2014, with increasing criminal penalties and more cooperation from other countries, according to new Foreign Corrup
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
The rising influence of general counsel is playing a key role in dramatic changes shaking up the entire legal landscape, according to a new report from the Center for the Study of the Legal Professio
Laura McAllister Cox has rolled the dice and gambled on a career change, going from general counsel of a major gaming supplier to joining Greenberg Traurig's global gaming practice group
Canada leads the way in debarments. One company, SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., is trying to fix that
...down the provincial government. In our Canada story, senior reporter Sue Reisinger writes about SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., a construction and engineering giant...
Canada leads the way in debarments. One company is trying to fix that
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