Gilbert Hoover IV: General Counsel, The Shubert Organizatio
A Q&A with Gilbert Hoover IV, general counsel for The Shubert Organization—the oldest professional theater company in America and the largest theater owner on Broadway
In recent years, the U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission have embraced the use of "industry sweeps" as an enforcement tool against suspected violations of the Foreig
In the first of a series of articles on transactional contracts issues by Prof. Michael L. Bloom and students in the Transactional Lab at the University of Michigan Law School, a look at how indemnit
...right down to my tattoo," Wenhold said, drawing laughs. "I guess I got to change that now."...
...engaged. Not to call the shots day-to-day; not to second-guess executive leadership; but to make sure that the right questions are being...
...big compliance infusion also inspired at least one observer to second-guess the firm’s recent decision to split its compliance function from...
Stewart Baker, who served as National Security Agency general counsel from 1992 to 1994, discusses former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's leaks earlier this year about the U.S. government's surveilla
While well-executed cross-platform marketing campaigns generate valuable exposure at reasonable prices, the potential legal issues are far thornier than in traditional campaigns
...understanding of creative people. The problems are still the same, but I guess they're more fun because the product is so beautiful. We...
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