This year's Law Department Benchmarking Survey suggests that bad times might be history
It's been a long, difficult few years for U.S. corporate legal departments. In the wake of the financial crisis and the Great Recession, many general counsel had to make painful cuts to their ranks a
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
There are many perks when you work in-house, but there's still one big negative: companies have very little room at the top
...penalty, the injured party may nonetheless usually recover its actual damages. (See, e.g., UCC § 2-718). If, to take another example, a limited...
...to the subsidiary in determining whether reasonable equivalent value was exchanged (see, e.g., In re Image Worldwide Ltd., 139 F.3d 574...
...the unique and multiple roles the general counsel plays within an organization; e.g., as a licensed attorney, a department head, an agent for the...
...counsel Edward Lenz said the E-FLEX Coalition has made some...told members of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health...
The interactions between the general counsel, board directors, and key stakeholders become very intense during a major government investigation. An ability to distinguish the most important issues, s
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