With the U.S. Department of Labor’s lawsuit against Google Inc. to obtain compensation data underway, the DOL has revealed that “systemic compensation disparities against women” exist at the tech giant.
As corporate legal departments push for increased diversity in the outside counsel they hire, many departments are mirroring those efforts in-house.
Companies and firms are dealing with lawyers' social media use on a case-by-case basis, leading to uncertainty, in-house and outside counsel say.
Here are the six initial conclusions of what your international peers, bosses or direct reports are thinking and doing, collectively. Do you identify with some of these?
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