InsideCounsel Magazine June 2007
One of the greatest challenges facing general counsel is keeping up with current legal issues while anticipating future liabilities. But it's difficult to know where to turn your attention first when dealing with employee complaints, shareholder pressures, potential litigation and a host of regulatory agencies enforcing a host of constantly...
A step-by-step guide to a successful KM initiative.
Retirement is nowhere in sight for AARP's 65-year-old general counsel.
Plaintiffs' bar attacks merchants for violations of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act.
Court finds common handbook language violates National Labor Relations Act.
Employers turn to software solutions to ensure I-9 compliance.
Government officials wade through the options for hedge-fund regulation.
China's government strips foreign companies of preferential tax treatment.
From The Editor
Client service should be second nature to lawyers. But some seem woefully out of touch with their clients' needs and concerns.
Make the most of your first days as the GC.
Stephanie Gambini's supervisors at DaVita Inc., a dialysis provider, were concerned about her attitude and work performance. They knew she suffered from bipolar disorder and noticed that she was irritable and having trouble concentrating on her work as a clerk.
When Green Bay, Wis.-based trucking company Schneider National inducted Jerome Hoefner into the company's Million Mile Club in 2002, an award given to those who have driven 1 million miles without an accident, it seemed as though Hoefner's employment with Schneider was secure.
When Janet Reno and former EPA chief Carol Browner began suing coal-burning power companies in the final months of the Clinton administration, they sparked a legal battle that still rages today in the federal courts.
Douglas El was only 15 when a jury found him guilty of second-degree murder in 1960.
So, your company has gone bankrupt, been acquired or relocated to the moon ...
While being a one-man department can get lonely, flying solo also has its perks.
Non-profit Web sites raise questions about political entanglements.
There's never a shortage of areas of governance risk.
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