Risk Management

  • Prepping your tool kit for crisis management and risk assessment

    The panel featured Michele Beasley, general counsel for Americas and EMEA Utility and Global Wind at SunEdison; Hayley Chang, general counsel and chief compliance officer at StreetShares; and Kathleen Barlow, senior vice president at Marsh USA, Inc.

  • Risk and crisis management

    The panel featured Patricia Hatler, executive vice president and chief legal and governance officer at Nationwide Insurance.

  • Hiperos and Dow Jones partnership provides ABAC compliance on a global scale

    The companies aim to mitigate third-party risks for businesses with their data and solutions

  • Cyberspying: How much is too much?

    Whistleblowers, like Edward Snowden, risk their reputations and careers, and sometimes even put their lives in jeopardy when they report wrongdoing

  • The ethics of a lawyer's use of marijuana

    Various states have legalized the use marijuana; many for medicinal purposes, and a few for recreational use. The cultivation, possession, transportation, or use of marijuana remains illegal under federal law, which raises multiple ethical issues for lawyers. 21 U.S.C. § 811. The Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution unambiguously provides...

  • Anti-corruption: Five ways to turn policies into practices

    You have developed a comprehensive set of anti-corruption policies and procedures, translated them into 25 languages and rolled them out to your employees and business partners. Now what? For most companies, anti-corruption compliance is well embedded among employees at headquarters. However, confidence in compliance drops when it comes to satellite...

  • Labor & Employment Digest: October 2015

    Cybersecurity issues are a hot topic in legal and compliance circles, but, even as companies turn their attention to addressing these genuine concerns, other problems crop up like a game of whack-a-mole. The labor and employment legal landscape changes almost as fast as the privacy and data security space, so...

  • Finding the right litigation funding company to manage risk, monetize claims

    Imagine if the risk of litigation could be quantified and the benefits monetized. For in-house counsel, that reality is finally here. By teaming up with a knowledgeable litigation funding company, in-house counsel and their clients can achieve those objectives, and more.

  • California transparency act lawsuit could be first of many

    For companies that deal with supply chains and have a presence in California, the risks may have increased significantly in the last few weeks, according to Squire Patton Boggs partners Sarah K. Rathke and Dynda A. Thomas. That means in-house counsel need to understand their obligations under the California Transparency...

  • Marijuana in Colorado, Washington, DC and beyond: A legal overview

    With new ballot initiatives surrounding marijuana appearing every year, the legal issues surrounding marijuana will become more and more relevant to our nation’s employers, especially those tasked with managing their legal risks and compliance. It is the company’s in-house counsel who will be charged with understanding the interplay between federal...

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