Shareholder activism was at the forefront of major corporate events during 2013. Proxy fights at Hess, the Dell takeover, and feuds over capital allocation at Apple substantiate recent observations t
...Many companies desire the ease and uniformity of one-size-fits-all policies and procedures, especially as the company grows. But companies operating in multiple...
... Workplace bullying is once again receiving significant media attention...prompt and effective response to internal complaints, however, can limit or...
...accompanied by glowing letters of recommendation from colleagues and clients. Once we’d received all of the nominations, we passed them along...
Most economists, government officials and business developers readily agree that commercial real estate and infrastructure development projects heavily contribute to a region's economic growth
It's 10 a.m. on a Saturday morning in an airport departure lounge. Your employee is about to depart with her family for a well-deserved vacation. Suddenly, her mobile phone buzzes with an email conta
An employee's termination routinely goes through a well-established process. The termination decision is made by the employee's manager. It is then reviewed by a more senior manager either internally
The Legal Intelligencer
Drinker Biddle & Reath's year-old e-discovery subsidiary has seen some shake-up in its leadership in recent months with the head of the subsidiary on the law firm side leaving two months after the fi
Over the past 30 years, a dramatic change has taken place in the use of retirement plans to help people save for their later years
A report released Tuesday by the state comptroller found local governments are failing to control excessive and improper payments for legal services
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
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