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About the Author

Chris DiMarco

Chris DiMarco

Chris DiMarco, Executive Editor of InsideCounsel magazine, has a background in multimedia production with previous involvement in projects in which he developed and created content for print, online and video campaigns. At InsideCounsel, Chris covers the litigation, labor and employment and technology sectors. Most recently, Chris served as a communications specialist at one of the largest financial firms in the U.S. He earned a B.S. in English from SUNY Albany and an M.S. in Interactive Journalism from Quinnipiac University.

Article List

  • Home Depot reveals details of data breach

    It announced that the cyberattack put payment card information at risk for approximately 56 million unique cards and that the malware linked to the attack was believed to be present between April and September 2014. Every store in North America is believed to have been involved.

  • Stylistic differences are unavoidable, but authenticity in leadership trumps all

    Leadership style is a unique amalgamation of experience and approach. While no two styles are exactly the same, certain demographics tend to share commonalities in how they manage teams and problems. And during an event centering on the promotion of female leadership, it’s hard to ignore the key differences between...

  • Women leaders: Unique challenges, unprecedented opportunities

    WIPL panel brings together strong leaders from the Fortune 500 to discuss their career paths, priorities and women in the law

  • Class action trends for 2014 and beyond

    The panel, moderated by Sandra D. Hauser, Partner, Dentons, included thoughts from Beth McCrohan, vice president, senior corporate counsel, The Prudential Insurance Company of America and Dr. Susan Powell, president, Strategic Litigation Research.

  • New York AG files anti-trust lawsuit against drug maker

    New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office filed suit against pharmaceutical company Actavis and its New York-based subsidiary Forest Laboratories, claiming the companies’ plans to discontinue a popular drug used in the treatment of the deadly disease intentionally put patients in a compromising position.

  • CBS to pay Personal Audio LLC over podcasting patent infringement

    The patent in question was issued to Personal Audio in 2012 after another company started by its founder James Logan went belly up. Personal Audio was founded as a repository for the patents held by that former company, and has used them to litigate against much larger infringers, often for...

  • Study shows corporate counsel increasingly moving work to inside team

    According to research from BTI Consulting, this year 58 percent of larger companies will keep more of their legal work inside, compared with 50 percent aiming to do so in 2013.

  • Leveraging leadership for a stronger law department

    Whether the archetype of today’s inside counsel is a function of a new environment or vice versa, what seems obvious is that the ranks of an inside team are not only becoming more attractive to upstart attorneys, but also require more out of them.

  • Vitamin Shoppe enzyme class action’s impact on labeling litigation

    On Sept 2, plaintiffs filed a complaint that alleges that products in Vitamin Shoppe’s BodyTech line overstated the volume of Aminogen they contained. Plaintiffs also say the degree to which Aminogen aided in the absorption of the protein during digestion was vastly overstated on the label.

  • Treasury Secretary Lew weighs in on tax inversion

    Recently, cross-border deals, including Burger King’s buyout of Tim Hortons and its subsequent plans to move its operational headquarters to Canada, have prompted more discussion on the use of “tax inversions” and on Monday Sept. 8, Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew weighed in on the topic.

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