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Best Practices Guide to Vendor/Supplier Due Diligence

Creating a due diligence program for vendors/suppliers can minimize risk, though it’s a complicated process reliant on specific circumstances. Michael […]

Why Executive Women Get Paid Less

The idea that women aren’t good negotiators doesn’t hold up…

Five Trends to Watch as Power, Responsibility, Shift to In-House Legal Departments

Cost-containment and resource efficiency remain essential goals for legal departments, but are no longer the primary concern. In-house teams are […]

NASDAQ Welcomes UBIC, Inc.

The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. (Nasdaq:NDAQ) announced today that trading of UBIC, Inc. (Nasdaq:UBIC), a global provider of Asian and […]

Managing the Risk of a Class Action

Class actions are up by 16 percent, according to a Carlton Fields survey, but there are strategies to control costs. […]

Mark Rotenberg Named Vice President and General Counsel for Johns Hopkins University

University of Minnesota Chief Legal Officer Mark Rotenberg Named Vice President and General Counsel for Johns Hopkins University Mark B. […]

Technology Can Improve Law Department Performance

A survey conducted by the author’s firm examined the current workflow environment in legal departments and identified three key challenges: […]

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