Since the dawn of cybercrime, public companies have largely operated under the notion that, while they have a responsibility to guard their data, they have little duty to report attacks to investors
...regulators to do so, according to the bank's assistant general counsel Richard Borden. Borden, a panelist at Corporate Counsel's 25th Annual...
...regulators to do so, according to the bank's assistant general counsel Richard Borden. Borden, a panelist at Corporate Counsel's...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...to do so, according to the banks assistant general counsel Richard Borden. Borden, a panelist at Corporate Counsel...
What can you do to put your troubled company in the best position for a successful turnaround? Don't panic, maintain your focus, and concentrate on the three critical elements of a successful restruc
...enough to significantly influence the SEC's enforcement agenda, says Richards Kibbe & Orbe attorney Paul Leder, who specializes in securities compliance and enforcement...
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 ..
Sen. Specter sternly questions the Justice Dept.'s handling of foreign bribery cases, saying a multimillion-dollar fine against a company doesn't mean anything without prison time for guilty individu
It began as an employment dispute with a former in-house lawyer. Now Toyota wonders where it will end
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