As age-discrimination claims increase, in-house counsel will have to carefully analyze the Gross v. FBL Financial Services, Inc. decision's impact on their clients' hiring and employment termination
...The Wall Street Journal reported that Wal-Mart called the case "unfortunate"...
Heaven forbid, IF you get fired, don't talk with the in-house counsel and deal with it in a public manner? Uh oh, that's not what an in-house lawyer wants to hear ..
The initials BP are by now a household word. It is a name that in the public mind at least has become synonymous with longtime legal, environmental and safety issues. The story starts in 1965, when t
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The promises and costly punishment haven't seemed to change how BP runs. That leaves legal experts wondering: How should the criminal justice system punish — or reform — the corporate off
Corporate prosecutions are all over the map. Lawyers and judges alike are clamoring for consistent rules. Will that ever happen
...s GC, David Stryker, told Corporate Counsel sibling publication New Jersey Law Journal last December that the committee's inquiry had been touched off by...
...litigation head-on, in part, the company asserts, to dissuade the plaintiffs bar from treating it like a cash cow. "We want to send a...
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...take their concerns up the corporate ladder, if necessary. American Bar Association committees have suggested expanding ethics rules to allow a...
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