Attorney marketing plans should include a “Business Development Presentation”

Nov 15, 2012 By: Alan Gutterman

When considering an overall plan for building and maintaining their law practice, attorneys should take note that successful marketing begins with visibility, and the attorney should take steps to create and maintain a positive public image.

Avoiding Potential Pitfalls In Corporate Attorney-Client Privilege

Nov 6, 2012 By: Andrew Pieper

Corporate counsel frequently find themselves lending a hand in both legal and business responsibilities, which causes issues to frequently arise when trying to determine the extent of attorney-client privilege that applies to internal corporate documents.

Employees see new 401(k) fee notices required by DOL regulation — Part 2

Sep 26, 2012 By: Mary Grams

In the last post: the Department of Labor issued a final regulation requiring 401(k) plan administrators to provide fee disclosure information to

Who Owns What? Navigating Ownership Issues Related To Social Media Assets

Sep 21, 2012 By: Andrew Pieper

Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn—and their smaller cousins like Pinterest, Google+, and seemingly innumerable others—have opened up new and

Social media is now a staple of policies and procedures you need to have ready for your client

Sep 18, 2012 By: Alan Gutterman

Social media, along with all of the legal and employment implications along with it, is here to stay. Thus, the need for a social media policy ready to implement is needed more than ever.

Blurred lines: Current landscape of GPS tracking in the workplace and outside it — Part Two

Aug 3, 2012 By: Mary Grams

As tablets and smartphones provide greater connection for employees in the workplace, employers also have vastly improved ability to track employees and ensure they are working.

Blurred lines: Current landscape of GPS tracking in the workplace and outside it — Part One

Aug 1, 2012 By: Mary Grams

As tablets and smartphones provide greater connection for employees in the workplace, employers also have vastly improved ability to track employees and ensure they are working.

GC ADVISOR APP VERSION 2.0 – NOW AVAILABLE ON ITUNES

Jul 10, 2012 By: Victoria Daudelin

The GC Advisor app is the first Thomson Reuters app dedicated to corporate counsel. The app has been updated in the 2.0

Happy Fourth of July holiday! Except for many restaurant workers…

Jul 4, 2012 By: Mary Grams

For most restaurant and service industry workers, the Fourth of July and other holidays are a full eight-hour work day or evening, and sometimes even longer

Corporate Counsel: International Businesses Best Positioned to Weather Economic Turbulence: How to Help Your Clients “Go Global”

Apr 26, 2012 By: Alan Gutterman

During economic downturns, companies that aggressively look to foreign markets for growth opportunities are among those most likely to experience steady revenue gains.

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