Build the in-house department at Aaron's Inc., and they will come; and other Moves
Boston-based Interactions Corporation named Dean Breda as its first in-house lawyer and general counsel
Nonprofits are waking up to the reality that they'll soon need to heed the same Sarbanes-Oxley governance rules that apply to for-profit companies
The nonprofit world greeted the passage of Sarbanes-Oxley two years agolargely with relief that the corporate governance law did not apply tothem. But in the wake of scandals at The Nature Conservanc
In the wake of scandals at The Nature Conservancy and the James Beard Foundation, more and more nonprofit GCs are implementing SOX-like practices. Says one nonprofit taxation and governance expert: "
When the government gets a warrant to search a company's computers for evidence of criminal conduct, some agents think they can look through absolutely everything they come upon under the "plain view
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