A recent run of lawsuits and rulings have convinced some employers to change their approaches to corporate internship programs
...sending compliance letters to nonprofit organizations that offer a certain type...happens often with quasi-tax-exempt entities, such as a county...
Corporate America has been watching the Miami Dolphins suffer publicly through a charge of harassment creating a hostile work environment. Now the National Football League has hired a noted white-col
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...usually an exciting and promising time when a new executive joins an organization. The focus is on future goals and plans, with both the executive...
...Burling attorney Nigel Howard, who represents the American Bankers Association—the organization that alleged copyright infringement and sent Thatcher a takedown notice. Although Thatcher...
Five years later, AIG's collapse remains shrouded in secrecy. Here's what we know
This fall marks five years since the financial collapse of American International Group Inc. that fueled a global economic crisis. The AIG story is an especially important one for general counsel and
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