Resolutions regarding compliance matters for the board of directors miss the mark if they don't touch all of the bases and put the ball squarely in the board's hands
...thought, suggests Saunders. Disabled employees are entitled to benefits and privileges equal to those enjoyed by other similarly situated employees without disabilities, such...
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As we head into 2014, the legal landscape is evolving faster than ever before, and general counsel need to stay on top of industry trends, emerging technologies and the complex regulatory environment
The ascent of Big Data has introduced an important new factor into the world of economic crimes and investigations. But just because there is more information to look at doesn?t mean that the informa
...other prosecutions, including those of individuals, and most significantly waive attorney-client privilege by releasing documents, witness statements and internal reports, says Volkov. (In the...
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
...Chancery Court provides a cautionary tale to lawyers and clients alike about privilege over email, according to ...
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