...the top of his high school class, Anzaldua went off to Brown University, where he majored in Latin American Studies . Thinking he would pursue a...
...Purdue University has appointed Steven Schultz as its first in-house legal counsel...
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
... Indiana Indiana University-Bloomington; Dorothy Frapwell, VP, GC Purdue University; None University of Notre Dame...
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce thinks that state attorneys general need an ethics code
...with state AGs for quite some time." Kelso, who teaches at the University of the Pacific in Sacramento, Calif., is also the founder of the...
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