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  • RISK

    A new take on guns and butter

    14 August 2019

    According to the WSJ, some public companies are telling investors about how gun violence could affect their financial performance.

  • LITIGATION

    IP litigation spend skyrockets

    14 August 2019

    Spending by companies on IP litigation is on the rise with larger and more complex matters, MoFo survey finds.

  • LEADERSHIP

    Counsel quartet make Latina power list

    14 August 2019

    A quartet of Latina counsel make the cut as general counsel praises his deputy general counsel as she heads up the lawyers on the cross-industry list.

  • APPOINTMENTS

    Around the house

    14 August 2019

    Whether it's Spain or the US, transferring between in-house and private practice is in vogue this week, and so are in-house team promotions.

  • COMPLIANCE

    Swiss Bank learns the cost of non-compliance

    07 August 2019

    Bank which ignored advice from its compliance officer is slapped with a $10.6 million penalty.

  • FRAUD

    General counsel indefinitely suspended

    07 August 2019

    Bank general counsel caught up in “biggest” US bank collapse in 2017 to be indefinitely suspended after pleading guilty in bank fraud.

  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

    Report looks forward to legal department 2025

    07 August 2019

    Ready or not, Artificial Intelligence is already here as report highlights the ups and downs of adoption by corporate legal departments.

  • APPOINTMENTS

    Around the house

    07 August 2019

    It's summer and general counsels are doing the splits, while trend of c-suite appointments continues.

  • PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS

    JPMorgan's 'secret sauce”

    31 July 2019

    Bank turns to tech in tackling shareholder activism with launch of analytics tool in trending of advisers using tech to help clients fend off activist investors.

  • DISCRIMINATION

    Former general counsel in discrimination suit

    31 July 2019

    Two general counsel for LSU Health Center in New Orleans sue over gender discrimination claims.


 

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