US Steel

  • Ready to rise

    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...

  • 9 women who made big in-house moves in 2014

    While there remains work to be done to be done, it’s clear that women in law are beginning to be seen on a more equal footing.

  • Year in review: Top Inside trends of 2014

    Join us now as we look back at some of the biggest trends of 2014 inside the boardroom and pertaining to the lives of lawyers. Click through the slideshow to travel back in time and see what we were talking about throughout the year.

  • Cybersecurity and compliance: Who is accountable?

    Make no mistake, the compliance challenges arising from data breaches and other cyber incidents are not limited to industries that, like retail and financial, garner the most conspicuous publicity for events that so directly affect the public.

  • Champions of change

    The conversation has started to shift towards an emphasis on empowerment and collaboration with a focus on the qualities it takes to be able to execute on those functions.

  • Shon named VP at U.S. Steel

    Prior to joining U.S. Steel, Shon served as the managing director of a media and real estate investment company

  • Grace under fire: Suzanne Rich Folsom

    No one in the compliance field seeks out pressure, scandals or crises, but these types of problems come with the job. In her career, Suzanne Rich Folsom has taken on these challenges head-on.

  • GCs offer tips on how to deal with increasing regulator pressure

    U.S. Steel general counsel Suzanne Rich Folsom and DLA Piper partner and head of global litigation Tara Lee provided tips for succeeding as in-house counsel in an increasingly globalized world

  • U. S. Steel General Counsel and SVP named ‘Leader of the Year’

    U.S. Steel Corporation General Counsel and SVP of governmental affairs Suzanne Rich Folsom has been named ‘Leader of the Year’ at the 2014 Women in Compliance Awards in London.

  • Folsom named general counsel of U.S. Steel

    Suzanne Rich Folsom knows quite a bit about matters of governance, regulation and compliance, and now she brings that expertise to a “historic and iconic American company that has been at the forefront of our country’s development and growth since the turn of the twentieth century,” as she puts it....

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