Of all the proverbial hats that general counsel don, one question that comes up again and again is: should they also be chief ethics and compliance officer
N 2002, the board of directors at The AES Corporation took herculean steps to put the company back on track. The Arlington, Virginia-based energy business's stock price had lost 87 percent of its val
Overall, GC compensation jumped 9 percent in 2002, as the average salary and bonus package passed the $1 million mark for only the second time in the survey's 10-year history (the other was 2000; the
As corporate scandals and the Sarbanes-Oxley reform law have increased GCs' visibility and duties, Fortune 500 companies have been reminded that their chief legal officers are crucial to their busine
Corporate Counsel's salary survey finds that fewer GCs are getting stock options, but bonuses are bigger
...Inc. Northwest Airlines Corporation Schering-Plough Corporation Illinois Tool Works Inc. Comcast Corporation Consolidated Edison, Inc. Entergy Corporation NiSource Inc. Nike, Inc. UnumProvident Corporation H...
...the legal department at the local utility. Working at Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc., the city's century-old supplier of electricity, gas...
...Ingersoll; Morgan, Lewis; Orrick WND Aetna Inc. (72) William Casazza, SVP, GC 22,885...
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