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Five Ways to Bring Your Firm's Culture Into the Recruiting Process

As the pool of top associate talent has decreased over the past several years due to reduced numbers of experienced midlevel associates, increased opportunities for in-house positions, and declining law school enrollment, the...more

Top 10 Issues for Employers, Issue #5: Dos and Don’ts of Interviews

This is the fifth instalment in our Top 10 Issues for Employers series. Interviewing prospective employees can be a difficult process for the applicant and the employer alike. For the employer, aside from ensuring that the...more

Issues in Interviewing: The Right Way to the "One"

The candidate interview is one of the most vital components in the hiring process. Accordingly, it involves the most forethought and planning. As an employer, you will interview a whole host of applicants to find the...more

Conducting an Internal Investigation in the PRC? Protect Your Company From the Outset

Requests by a company’s counsel to interview company employees as part of internal investigations into potential misconduct are commonplace. But when a U.S. company and its counsel seek to interview citizens working for the...more

Hiring Without Headaches – A Possibility or Fantasy?

So this week, I’ll be speaking at our firm’s semi-annual Labor & Employment Law seminar. Amazingly, we have reached capacity for this event and are now taking names for a waiting list! Many thanks to all who have signed up. ...more

The One Thing You Must Do to Get Hired

More important than showing expertise, know-how, skills and experience - Ask most inside counsel why they hire the lawyers they do and they’ll tell you it’s for their specific expertise. Many take a rational approach to...more

Limit Your Pre-Employment Inquiries to Job-Related Questions

As most employers know, it is unlawful to ask an employment or promotion candidate questions which reflect bias based on race, color, age, gender, religion, or any other protected status. For example, a candidate cannot be...more

Due Diligence Questions Chief Compliance Officers Should Ask In A Job Interview

Ed. Note-Today I have a guest post from Maurice Gilbert, Managing Partner of Conselium Executive Search. In today’s regulatory climate, the Chief Compliance Officer faces increased personal liability for corporate...more

Courts Wrestle with Work Product Protection for Interview-Related Documents: Part IV

Courts take widely varying and sometimes seemingly illogical approaches to work product protection for litigation-motivated witness interview-related documents, such as transcripts, notes, reports, statements, and affidavits....more

Evolving Hiring Methods in the Gig Economy

The Gig economy is revolutionizing the employment arena and, as noted in our recent blog post, it shows no sign of slowing down or waiting for others to catch up. One change that is front and center is the evolution of...more

The European, Middle Eastern and African Investigations Review 2016: United Kingdom: handling internal investigations

With so much potentially at stake, the initial steps and strategic decisions taken in any company investigation are critical to setting the tone for a focused, credible and effective inquiry. This is paramount not only for...more

5 Wishes for Securities Litigation Defense: A Defense-Counsel Interview Process in All Cases

One of my “5 Wishes for Securities Litigation Defense” (April 30, 2016 post) is to require an interview process for the selection of defense counsel in all cases. When a public company purchases a significant good or...more

Five Ways to Survive a Department of Labor (“DOL”) Health and Welfare Plan Investigation

DOL health and welfare plan investigations are on the rise. There are best practices for plans chosen for investigation: 1. Get Employee Benefits Counsel Involved Early. The DOL investigation process generally...more

New Year’s Resolution: Internal Investigation Tips For Retail Employers

The first time you learn of an employee’s complaint probably isn’t the day your company is served with a lawsuit. In most cases, the alleged victim complains to the company first. While an initial internal complaint provides...more

Hiring Your Team: Avoiding Legal Pitfalls In Identifying And Interviewing Potential Team Members

Effective hiring processes and procedures will help you to avoid many costly headaches later on. Here are some tips on avoiding legal pitfalls in the hiring process. ...more

Securities Class Action Defense Counsel Selection: An Interview Process is Essential

When a public company purchases a significant good or service, it typically seeks competitive proposals. From coffee machines to architects, companies invite multiple vendors to bid, evaluate their proposals, and choose one...more

On My Bookshelf – "Leave Your Mark: Land Your Dream Job. Kill It in Your Career. Rock Social Media" by Aliza Licht

Leave Your Mark provides practical advice to employees at all levels. Aliza Licht is the former senior vice president of global communications for DKNY, and took social media by storm in 2009 with the creation of Twitter's...more

USPTO News Briefs - October 2015

USPTO Extends After Final Consideration Pilot 2.0 Program - Last week, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office indicated on its website and through a Patents Alert e-mail that the After Final Consideration Pilot 2.0 (AFCP...more

The Challenge of Hiring Anti-Bribery Compliance Leaders

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of meeting Maurice Gilbert, Managing Partner of Conselium Executive Search in Dallas. I have been a contributor to his other organization, Corporate Compliance Insights for quite some time,...more

The Roundup: Last Week’s Recommended Reading (October 2, 2015)

Minneapolis Woman Goes From Foster Care to Harvard Law School: An amazing story of a young woman who had to overcome some major obstacles. (Valley News Live)...more

Media Query Call on Line 1: Do’s and Don’ts from an Information Security Officer

Putting your organization’s name in the paper can be a boon to both your business and your career. The ego stroke isn’t bad either; it can be quite a jolt to see your name in a trade or general news publication for the first...more

D.C. Circuit Once Again Upholds Privilege Over Internal Investigation Documents

In United States ex rel. Barko v. Halliburton Co. et al., a qui tam suit we previously covered, the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals once again ruled that defense contractor KBR Inc.’s internal investigation...more

Hiring In Compliance, Part IV: The Interview Process

I continue my series of blog posts on the hiring process in the compliance field based on a series of interviews I did with Maurice Gilbert, the Managing Partner at Conselium Partners LP. Today, I want look at the...more

7 Questions With Susan Naftulin of Rehab Financial Group

The 7 Questions With… interview series will give you an inside glimpse into the lives of various individuals involved in the legal profession, but in very different ways. Today we’re exited to welcome Susan Naftulin,...more

Startups and the Beginning of the Employment Relationship - Who, What, When, Where, and Why?

WHO to Hire? Startup companies can reduce or eliminate future problems with employees through careful hiring practices. Best practices include...more

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