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Survey says… New trends from corporate in-house counsel

Recently, Kroll and Kroll Ontrack surveyed over 170 corporate in-house counsel to share their perspectives on modern legal challenges facing organizations. We asked about some of the most pressing issues – from big data and...more

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

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

Collective Investment Trusts as Retirement Plan Investment Options: Important Tax and ERISA Considerations [Video]

Nexsen Pruet tax and employee benefits attorney Sue Odom says retirement plan fees and expenses have been the “hot topic” for the past several years. We’ve seen increased regulation through disclosure requirements and...more

Popular Reads on JD Supra: Cybersecurity, the Internet of Things, Bitcoin, and More

A recap of some of the most popular posts published on JD Supra during last month....more

The Evolution of Law Firm Compensation

Law firm compensation plans are by and large unsophisticated, hard to administer, too subjective, opaque, and reward the wrong behaviors. As someone wise once said, “If your compensation plan is in conflict with your...more

Litigation Funding and Other Monetization Tools for Israeli Innovators and Investors

Protecting the value of Israeli businesses involved in cross-border legal disputes may require aggressive assertion of rights in claims against joint venture partners, distributors, licensees, customers, or infringers of...more

Can Adaptive Compliance Training Reduce Fatigue? [Video]

In this video interview (part III of IV), GRC Solutions Managing Director, Julian Fenwick, shares the value of Adaptive Compliance Training in today’s e-learning environment. In this short compelling video, Julian addresses...more

Court Of Chancery Limits Attorney Charging Lien

An “attorney charging lien” allows an attorney to recover compensation for his services from a fund recovered with his assistance....more

The Good Versus Money Dichotomy: Why Lawyers Serving on and Advising For-Profit Boards Benefits the Lawyers, Companies, and...

Sometime between entering law school and taking the bar exam, many attorneys decide that to affect change and help serve the interests of justice they must join a non-profit organization or provide pro bono services. In...more

Mistakes A Plan Sponsor Should Correct Before An IRS or DOL Audit

I have been in the retirement plan business for over 17 years and I have met too many plan sponsors who don’t care that their plan isn’t being run correctly. What makes them eventually care is when they are audited by the...more

Features That Turn Your 401(k) Plan Into A 401(k) Disco

There is a difference between throwbacks vs. vintage clothing. A throwback is a sports uniform styled to resemble the uniforms that a team wore in the past. Vintage clothing are actual clothing garments from another era. I...more

Popular Reads on JD Supra: Virtual Currency, Cyber Risks, Independent Contractors, SEC, and More

A recap of some of the most well-read writing published on JD Supra in the last month of 2015....more

The Plan Sponsor Awakens

Like most of my generation, I have been a Star Wars fan since I first saw A New Hope when I was 5 in1977. I even liked the prequel trilogy (except for Jar Jar Binks). When they announced that there would be an Episode VII, I...more

Courts Reject Protection for Corporate Investigations, but Offer Helpful Guidance: Part II

Last week's Privilege Point described two cases rejecting defendant's protection claims for internal investigations. In each case, the court held that the defendant undertook its investigation in the ordinary course of its...more

Who Pays For Mediation? [Video]

Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk attorney Tom Moring explains who pays for mediation. For more information visit www.jaburgwilk.com....more

Drafting Employment Agreements – What Can We Learn from Ralph Lauren

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

Why You Should Have a White Collar Litigator on Speed Dial [Video]

With the increase in parallel investigations by the U.S. government, the lines between a civil investigation and a criminal investigation are becoming blurred. In this video, Foley Partner Michael Tuteur discusses reasons why...more

Who's in the House? Recent Moves by General Counsel, Legal Officers, and Corporate Leaders

A look at recent moves and promotions for general counsel, in-house lawyers, and other corporate leaders for the week ending August 14, 2015....more

Who's in the House? Recent Moves by General Counsel, Legal Officers, and Corporate Leaders

A look at recent moves and promotions for general counsel, in-house lawyers, and other corporate leaders for the week ending August 8, 2015...more

[Webinar] 2015 Mid-Year E-Discovery Case Law Review - August 19th, 12:30 ET

In this complimentary CLE webcast*, three e-discovery thought leaders, including one chief district judge and one Fortune 500 legal director will review the key e-discovery cases and trends from e-discovery case law in 2015...more

Who's in the House? Recent Moves by General Counsel, Legal Officers, and Corporate Leaders

A look at recent moves and promotions for general counsel, in-house lawyers, and other corporate leaders for the week ending July 31, 2015....more

Who's in the House? Recent Moves by General Counsel, Legal Officers, and Corporate Leaders

A look at recent moves and promotions for general counsel, in-house lawyers, and other corporate leaders for the week of July 24, 2015....more

Privileged No More: Court Finds Attorney-Client Privilege Does Not Survive After “Death” of a Corporation

The attorney-client privilege is one of the most powerful arrows in the quiver of corporate counsel because of the sheer volume of different situations in which it can be used. The privilege comes in handy for corporate...more

Federal District Court Limits Fee Request

Counsel in a case filed outside of Delaware claimed entitlement to a fee because the settlement conferred a corporate benefit. The Court denied the fee request because counsel was not able to show that the litigation it...more

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