• Regulatory update

    The opening keynote featured Jessica Hopper, vice president, regional enforcement at FINRA; Meredith Fuchs, general counsel, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; and Cicely LaMothe, associate director, Division of Corporation Finance at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

  • Affordable anti-patent troll protection helps startups fight back

    Unified’s New Secured Logo program is the first to help companies stop patent trolls from approaching its members for under $100 a month

  • The need for networks

    The final panel of the day featured Megan Belcher, vice president and chief counsel, employment law and compliance, ConAgra Foods, Inc.; Dana Emery, senior assistant general counsel, General Dynamics; and Michelle Trumpower, vice president and deputy general counsel, global commercial law - Industrial Segment, Ingersoll Rand Company.

  • How to build credibility in your business network

    The panel, “Building credibility within your network,” featured: Kimberly Chainey, ‎associate general counsel & legal lead LAC/APAC, Avis Budget Group; Laurey Harris, senior director, Huron Legal; and Stacey Slaugher, partner, Robins Kaplan LLP.

  • Taking charge

    The panel, “Taking charge of your financial well-being, your leadership development and your career,” featured Anna Rappaport, executive coach at Excelleration Coaching; Cynthia Sharp, director of attorney development at The Sharper Lawyer; and Melba Hughes, partner at Major, Lindsey & Africa.

  • Five practical tips on how to network

    The opening panel, “Successful Women in Law Acknowledging the Networks that Got Them There,” featured Deborah Ben-Canaan, legal recruiting partner of Major, Lindsey & Africa; Rebecca Bortolotti, vice president and chief technology counsel at ConAgra Foods; and Amanda Wait, partner at Hunton & Williams.

  • Ohio law firm names CEO

    Day Ketterer is one of Ohio’s historic law firms. Founded in 1872, the firm continues to evolve and recently made news by appointing a chief executive officer – Jennifer Novotny – to equip the firm to handle the operational challenges of the 21st century.

  • Google wins latest round in legal battle over copyright infringement

    “Google Books is a fair use because it offers a resource tool that uses copyrighted original works for another purpose and in doing so does not offer a substitute for those originals,” says attorney Joshua Schiller.

  • Inside counsel spending grows past outside counsel spending

    HBR Law Department Survey finds moderate increase in global legal spending despite increase in organizations’ legal needs

  • Majority of companies lack policies for info security

    One in three companies Lacks policies for information security, data encryption and classification, according to Protiviti’s 2015 IT security and privacy survey

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