Orbitz top lawyer is a traveling man with a passion for pro bono work. Plus: More GC Moves
...Wyatt Worldwide, Inc., on its $3.5 billion merger with rival Towers Perrin Forster & Crosby Inc. Before joining Gibson, Dunn, Tsacoumis was a...
Pepsi Bottling/PepsiAmericas; Agilent/Varian; Towers Perrin/Watson Wyatt; SEC v. Bank of America; Martinez et al. v. Astrue; Visto v. RIM; U.S. v. Butler et al.; Kano State v. Pfize
...Inc., on its $3.5 billion merger with rival Towers Perrin Forster & Crosby Inc. Before joining Gibson Dunn, Tsacoumis was...
...Bear Stearns Companies Inc. . . . Patrick Sheerin, formerly a senior consultant at Towers Perrin, is now a partner at Parker Brown & Macaulay in Boston...
Salaries and options are out of favor ? but stock and bonuses continue to line GCs' pockets
For the first time in the 14 years Corporate Counsel has reportedcompensation for the top legal officers of the nation's Fortune500 companies, the average bonus approached $1 million, and the average
Salaries and options are out of favor-but stock and bonuses continue to line GCs' pockets
...Before joining Tasty Baking, Weilheimer served as corporate counsel at Towers, Perrin, Forster & Crosby, Inc., a professional services firm. His job was in...
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