This week around the house reflects some fallout from past troubles at Nissan and Propetro.
Former ethics officer and student protest groups target two-pronged attack on DLA Piper, according to reports by Bloomberg News.
Stonewall, Dentons and NYU join forces to launch gdpr guide on lgbt+ data collection.
Seventeen signed Mindful Business Charter on yesterday's World Mental Health Day, while Freshfields meets target for its first-aider programme.
In this week's moves around the house The Gates Foundation names two general counsel in a triple move, while another top legal chief moves into a ceo role.
Law Society of Ireland launches professional wellbeing project for solicitors, highlights stigma and issues of stress and vicarious trauma.
Firm finds internal candidate for Clyde & Co's new top job.
Firm continues expansion in Poland with two partner appointments joining form international law firms.
In this week's moves around the house general counsels find their holy grail, while a tech company rocks on with their new appointee.
Responding to the stress of practicing law, 35-year attorney creates comprehensive meditation app targeted to the legal profession.
Firm announces its first international charity partnership, the Kusasa project in Franschhoek, South Africa.
DWF sets ambitious diversity targets while Allen & Overy gender pay figures falter, though weighted by London.
HFW and Asia Legal tenure as an anchor firm for Singapore Law Society pro bono services brings praise for serving most needy and vulnerable.
Dialogue over diversity gets a boost as legal departments investing in sole minority and women firms grows.
In this week's moves around the house three legal number ones become the company number one, including a woman campaigning for gender balance in the board room.
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