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Driving Change: How AI is Re-Imagining Legal Ops and the Practice of Law

The legal profession has long been beholden to tradition, where precedent, the “one way” of doing things, and resistance to […]

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Five Strategies to Obtaining a New In-House Counsel Role in 2024

The process of setting goals and reflecting on our aspirations is valuable; and for many in-house counsel, obtaining a promotion […]

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Employers Must Act Quickly to Comply With California’s New Reproductive Loss Leave

California’s Senate Bill SB 848 was signed into law on October 10, 2023, and has been effective as of January […]

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Navigating Financial Distress: Protecting Yourself as an Officer, Director, or In-House Counsel

When a company faces financial distress, the landscape becomes complex and fraught with risk. Officers, directors, and in-house counsel play […]

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Will AI Destroy the World? If Not, How Will It Affect Insurance?

The promise and hazard of artificial intelligence has tantalized us for decades. In “2001: A Space Odyssey,” Stanley Kubrick revealed […]

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New Legal Developments Help to Address Long-Standing Issues Impacting Nonprofit Organizations

The California Legislature passed, and Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law, three bills in 2023 that are particularly significant for […]

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Employer Policies and Employee Personal Privileged Emails

Death, taxes, and employees sending personal emails via the employer’s email server. We know it happens despite policies preventing or […]

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Turning Litigation Into a Profit Center: Key Takeaways From 2023 in Litigation Finance

Some general counsel are finding that litigation finance can help turn the legal function from a cost center to a […]

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Prioritizing Cyber Risk Ratings in the Wake of SEC Regulations and Evolving Threats

With increased Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations, more cyber threats, and evolving technological exposures, all organizations must prioritize understanding […]

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Companies Must Notify Employees in California About Void Noncompetes

Back in March 2022, the attorney general of California issued an alert reminding employers that noncompete agreements are not enforceable in the state. […]

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