Jul 22, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin
Under a new Administrative Interpretation published by the Department of Labor, “independent contractors” may, in fact, be properly classified as “employees.”
Jul 21, 2015 By: Bernadette Bulacan, Esq.
More law firms and legal departments are hiring differently, focusing on new factors different from those more traditional ones.
Jun 17, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin
At the beginning of this month, the Supreme Court ruled in EEOC v. Abercrombie, expanding prospective employee rights to religious accommodations under Title VII
Jun 5, 2015 By: Craig Eastland
Corporate fee-shifting bylaws, which require losing plaintiff shareholders in derivitive actions to reimburse the corporation for its legal costs, are becoming more common.
May 20, 2015 By: Bernadette Bulacan, Esq.
After recently attending 2015 ACC Corporate Counsel University, I was reminded of the host of non-legal practice skills that are absent in law school curriculum, but essential to be effective in the corporate counsel practice.
May 12, 2015 By: Alan Gutterman
The Hart-Scott-Rodino Act provides that certain mergers and acquisitions of voting securities or assets may not take place unless prior notification has been filed and the specified waiting period has expired
The “New Order” of GCs and the Law: Comments on the Results of the 2015 General Counsel Excellence Report
May 8, 2015 By: Bernadette Bulacan, Esq.
The recent 2015 General Counsel Excellence Report highlighted how the dynamics of authority between large law firms and in-house counsel have reversed.