• Weaving diversity into the legal culture

    The focus on diversity and inclusion and their importance in today's legal industry is not new. In fact, more than 15 years ago I joined a PLI panel with the former MetLife GC, who spoke about the importance of diversity and inclusion. The law department reflected the corporation's goals in...

  • 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...

  • The skinny on Dodd-Frank for insurance counsel

    While the press around Dodd-Frank has traditionally centered on the impact of its provisions as it relates to banking behemoths, the insurance industry is also starting to feel the sting of Dodd-Frank.

  • McNeil named first SEC ombudsman

    The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has named Tracey L. McNeil the agency’s first ombudsman

  • In-house career changes

    GC career moves.

  • N.Y. AG looks to catch insurers dead to rights over death payouts

    Nine life insurers have been subpoenaed by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in a probe investigating whether the industry has improperly paid up on policies of holders who have passed away.

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