Ropes & Gray mergers and acquisitions partner Jane Goldstein led the team that advised Adidas Group in the sale of its Rockport shoe business for $280 million to a new entity formed by New Balance and Berkshire Partners. The deal is scheduled to close later this year.
In McGraw’s experience, those in charge of the privacy function at organizations are more likely to be women.
Judge Besosa ruled that the federal Bankruptcy Code preempted the Recovery Act, a commonwealth law that authorized certain Puerto Rican public corporations to restructure their debts.
Former BB&T Corporation GC M. Patricia (“Pat”) Oliver writes for InsideCounsel on the various jobs that a GC has to juggle, and the people in the company who can help.
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Genevieve Kelly on transitioning from journalism to law, the traits of successful women, and the pluses of traveling and international business.
Lucy Helm, Starbucks general counsel, discusses her views on diversity, community service and mentorship of women in law.
As an Asian-American, she never expected to become the BMS GC, when only white men from Ivy League schools and prestigious NYC firms had held the role previously. Yet, the company looked to Sandra in its critical hour.