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Privacy concerns will continue to be a major business risk in 2016—after massive data breaches have taken place annually for several consecutive years.
Innovation: It's one of those things that you hear about so often that its real meaning gets lost. Everyone's an innovator, right?
When companies want to expand globally, in-house legal departments need to be part of the process.
When it comes to corporate governance, one issue that continues to get a lot of attention is whether companies should have have the same person as both CEO and chair.
Companies are under increased pressure to maximize the value of their assets, and with Big Data and data analytics, we’re in a highly competitive environment.”
In the summer of 2013, InsideCounsel debuted the first R3-100 list, honoring 100 women who have the potential to become general counsel of a Fortune 500 company within three years. That list was an outgrowth of existing initiatives, including the Women, Influence & Power in Law (WIPL) network. The WIPL...
Now more than ever, the legal department has been tasked with driving business initiatives, and taking the lead on corporate diversity programs is perhaps the most innovative way of doing just that.
Nowadays, with law departments being asked to do more with less, general counsel are focusing on initiatives such as analytics and spend management to drive efficiency.
Compliance officers who are trying to stay ahead of trends (because being on top of trends means being behind) are thinking ahead to 2016 and beyond.
To adjust to today's Big Data landscape, corporate counsel are looking for ways to organize data volumes, increase efficiencies and reduce costs—a tall order for any business.
FTC Commissioner Julie Brill recently spoke with InsideCounsel about the FTC's stance on data security, privacy and how today's increasingly connected world puts both businesses and consumers at risk.
If progress is humanity's ability to complicate simplicity, then innovation is its ability to turn complication into usable information and tools. Or to use one of the most tired phrases in the business space, to “do more with less.”