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PMI – An Insider’s Guide – Part 3: What to do When You’re Asked to Assist in a Potential Acquisition – Post-Integration Run Phase...

by Patrick Law Group, LLC on

It’s been months since your company was all over the news with a splashy acquisition and the fanfare has died down a bit. There are rumors, quietly at first, but then persistently louder, that things aren’t going so well...more

PMI – An Insider’s Guide – Part 2: What to do When You’re Asked to Assist in a Potential Acquisition – Between Signed and Closed...

by Patrick Law Group, LLC on

Your day starts with headlines screaming across the Internet – your company has acquired a particular entity (“Target”). The office is buzzing with the news and potential impacts – what does this mean for my role now and in...more

Where Have All the Women Gone?

by Atma Global on

Just over a year ago, the heads of government in Brazil, Argentina, and Chile – three of Latin America’s most dynamic regional powers – were female. Today, Chile remains the only country whose presidency is held by a woman –...more

Tips for Drafting Executive Employment Agreements -Tip #2 – Severance Conditions

by Bryan Cave on

This article continues with another tip for drafting executive employment agreements and the importance of consulting counsel. For every well drafted executive employment agreement in the business world, there seem to be...more

Is Automation Really the New Outsourcing?

by Patrick Law Group, LLC on

As disruptive technologies continue to explode across the corporate technology landscape, a natural inclination from both business personnel and attorneys may be to draw parallels between these innovation tools and more...more

Antitrust practice as a matter of legal business (Ukrainian)

by DLA Piper on

Over the past 10-15 years, the relevance of antitrust and competition law issues has increased considerably. In order to provide efficient consultations, the large law firms have established separate antitrust practices. The...more

Allowability of Legal Costs

The next in our Infographics series walks through the allowability of costs for certain in-house legal services. It provides a quick guide to when a contractor’s legal costs may, and may not, be charged to the government....more

Announcing Must-Have Treatise on Business Divorce Litigation

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

There’s little doubt in my mind that “business divorce” has achieved name recognition as a distinct subgenre of commercial litigation whose regular practitioners, by dint of experience dealing in and out of court with the...more

An Ounce of Prevention - Strategic Outside General Counsel Solutions

by Snell & Wilmer on

All businesses (big and small) face legal issues every day ranging from the urgent (a lawsuit was just filed against the company), to the routine (a customer marked-up our form contract), to the mundane (where do we put our...more

Unfair and Unbalanced-Episode 8

by Thomas Fox on

In this episode, Roy Snell and I continue to explore issues around the compliance profession and compliance professionals. ...more

[Webinar] Ethics - Confidentiality Issues Re: Attorney Client Privilege and Information - June 8th, 12:00pm CT

by Thompson Coburn LLP on

Confusion surrounds the attorney-client privilege. Many think they have it when they do not and even if they do, they fail to appreciate how easy it is to lose. In either case, not enough attention is paid to the possibility...more

[Event] CLE for In-House Counsel - A 2016 Update on Current Issues Relating to Your Business - June 2nd, Chicago, Ill

by Locke Lord LLP on

Please join us for a complimentary CLE seminar on current issues affecting your business. Taught by leading practitioners at Locke Lord, the seminar offers three hours of CLE credit, including one hour of Professional...more

Shakespeare Week – Part I: Henry IV, Part II – Lawyers and Compliance

by Thomas Fox on

What is the most famous line in Shakespeare about lawyers? That is an easy one because lawyer-haters across the world (and lawyer-lovers as well) know it – First thing we do is kill all the lawyers. It comes from Henry IV,...more

Drafting Employment Agreements – What Can We Learn from Ralph Lauren

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

One of the little facts that’s not widely known is that the SEC typically publishes all sorts of executive employment agreements for publicly-traded companies. They’re ready and available for download....more

[Webinar] Peeling Back the Curtain: Working with Your Legal Department to Optimize Your Relationship With Your Outside Law Firms -...

by Dickinson Wright on

The pressure between managing external legal costs and efficient execution of your company’s legal tasks while maintaining a successful relationship with your outside law firms can be a challenge. In this webinar, we examine...more

Lies That Prospective Retirement Plan Providers May Tell You

by Ary Rosenbaum on

When we were children, our mothers told us stories that we believed to be true because we always believed what our parents were telling us was the truth. Part of growing up is realizing that a good chunk of what your mom told...more

How Your Company Can Benefit From an Asset Search

by Edward Amaral on

How Your Business or Company Can Benefit From an Asset Search It has become increasingly important over the past few years for businesses and companies to collect debts that are owed to them. The economy has been in poor...more

Let Us Now Praise Opposing Councel

But the Process can go a whole lot smoother and faster if the opposing counsel knows the area well enough to tell and advise the client as to the reality of the situation and reject spurious arguments that just waste...more

Controlling the Idiot in the Deal

When I was a young man starting in business I read the book “Winning Through Intimidation” by Robert J. Ringer. The book, though denounced by some at the time, was not really about intimidating people, but of not being...more

Client Using "Do-It-Yourself" Legal Work

Dear Client/Potential Client, Somebody once said (probably my mother): “If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right.” If the project, the contract and the business model they represent are that important, you may...more

Snell & Wilmer Offers a Free Bound Copy of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Guide

by Snell & Wilmer on

As referenced in several recent articles in the Global Connection, on November 18, 2012, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a written guide in regard to compliance of the Foreign...more

Strategies for Fostering Productive Corporate Counsel Relationships in a Cross-Cultural Context

by Snell & Wilmer on

Productive relationships between corporate and outside counsel are essential to efficient management of corporate legal matters. Effective communication is even more important when working with cross-cultural issues and...more

You are What You Sell

I. Who Are You? (And, do you really want to know?) II. You Are What You … (If I think about a pizza all day long do I become a pizza?) A. Reading B. Hearing C. Thinking D. Measuring (Or, Standardized test scores as a...more

What Standard must be Met for and Emailed Contract to be Considered Valid

A new ruling that could affect how Phoenix law offices advise their clients on contract law is currently in the news. In September, an Arizona appellate court advised that a trial court needed to determine what constitutes...more

And the Answer is.....

The firm often receives calls asking about the price of X, where "X"is, say, forming an "LLC." This question presents a number of issues; for example: How do you know you need "X?" Who are you? What problem are you...more

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