A law firm leader, secure in his post, decides to take a job in-house; and other Moves
...Novartis AG, a company that was previously voted by Working Mother magazine as one of America's top 100 places for women...
...last few years," she says. Levitas says she spends significant time working with HR to make sure the company treats workers fairly. "Everyone...
The National Bar Association, in conjunction with the Corporate Leadership Forum, is debuting the inaugural Pinnacle Award, given to recognize achievements by corporate counsel
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 ..
...CAPITAL GAINS While working at one of the biggest financial institutions in the world, Kimberly Summe...
Private equity firms, awash in cash and business, have been rushing to hire in-house lawyers
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SEAN DOHERTY WAS a 36-year-old associate at Ropes Gray when he got a job offer from the private equity firm Bain Capital in 2005. Doherty was a deal lawyer, which was important to Bain executives, b
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By David Hechler, Corporate Counsel Put yourself in the driver's seat of Ford Motor Company's legal department. There's a problem with one of the automaker's most important products: the Crown Victor
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