...drugs or alcohol may confidentially inform the company's human resources ("HR") manager to pursue treatment. Under that policy, however, an employee "...
...can see how an in-house counsel's early moves with an HR matter impact a company's position in litigation. Some HR issues can...
Each of us is vulnerable to suffering a reputational crisis — some more than others. Regardless of the type of law you practice or the environment in which you work, crises are always lurking
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Up to a point, it is possible to handle the bad boss, says commentator James Dolan. Knowing how to do it is a major part of being an effective steward of one's own career. It requires one key step th
...collaborate with the company’s IT, information security, physical security, and HR departments. 4. Read government security updates...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Lawyers who lobbied the Legislature in the 83rd session say water, and the lack of it due to droughts, dominated activities at the Capitol this spring. Tim Tuggey, a partner in Tuggey Fernandez in Au
While a Yale Law School student, Texas native Christian A. "Chris" Garza says he never imagined he'd be doing the work he does today. "In law school, you didn't really know what in-house practice was
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