Former General Electric Company GC Ben Heineman Jr. says that despite important roles for the board and top company leaders, it is ultimately the CEO who creates a robust culture that fuses high perf
...work productive. One particular management decision establishing an office of the ombuds is very effective in enabling knowledge workers to perform better and...
Read the results of the Law Journal's annual rating of top law departments in New Jersey. This year's top honors go to DSM North America (In-House Legal Work), Bristol-Myers Squibb (Outside Counsel M
Workplace conflict can be very expensive for businesses — and that expense has been increasing over the last 10 years, due to higher jury verdicts, attorney fees and other costs, as well as an
...work productive. One particular management decisionestablishing an Office of the Ombudsis very effective in enabling knowledge workers to perform better and...
A study of corporate counsel indicates they are relying less on arbitration and more on mediated negotiation and other informal approaches
Originally Published: National Law Journal
A study of dispute resolution at Fortune 1,000 corporations shows many are using binding arbitration — adjudication with private judges — less and relying more on mediated negotiation and
Study of corporate counsel indicates they are relying less on arbitration and more on mediated negotiation and other informal approaches
...D.C. Bar's Litigation Section presents "The Role of Corporate Ombuds: An Organizational Partner for Risk Mitigation and Conflict Prevention." The program...
The role of the chief compliance officer continues to be a hot, confused, and contested topic. Former GE general counsel Ben Heineman, Jr., offers his thoughts on integrating the CCO within a corpora
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