General counsel face more government regulatory enforcement and tougher compliance requirements worldwide than ever before, and must create and nourish a "culture" of international trade regulatory c
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
As mobile devices and apps become more prevalent in law firms, and "Bring Your Own Device" programs proliferate, consultant Sean Martin asks "Who's running the show: the IT department or the lawyers?
Originally Published: Law Technology News
...and May 16, 2004. For three contractors identified as AHS, AES and SS, Pfluger's actions included directing U.S. military personnel to...
...the time of the sale or merger. The employer, American Energy Services (AES), argues that because these were at-will employees, any promise was illusory...
...sale or merger of the company. The employees stayed with the company, AES was sold, but no bonus was forthcoming. The employees sued. The 385th...
...of this decisionFACTS: American Energy Services (AES) went into business in 1996. Ed Vanegas, Jimmy D. Halman, Sam Armstrong...
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