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... A Gadsden lawyer calls Alabama home, and went to law school at the University of...
Corporate legal departments have external and internal objectives that can be addressed with knowledge:Deliver data-driven Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to executives, boards of directors and bus
Organizations have many options for managing e-discovery. On one end of the spectrum, there is a do-it-yourself approach, with software and staff in-house to manage the entire process. On the other e
...entered Harvard Law, she was certain she wanted to be a corporate lawyer. Jones landed a job as an associate with Cooley Godward...
A General Electric lawyer travels to Myanmar to test the legal waters
...scooped up KATHRYN KRECKE to serve as its new top lawyer. In early March, Krecke replaced general counsel SUSAN KATZ FRONING...
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