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Not Guilty: Juries Acquit in First Criminal Antitrust No-Poaching and Wage-Fixing Trials

The Antitrust Division’s quest to bring criminal antitrust cases involving the labor market has resulted in two recent losses. These were the first criminal […]

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Health and Safety Are Key to Restructuring in France

Notwithstanding the extensive financial support of the government, the pandemic has put a great strain on many companies in France, leaving them no choice […]

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The More Things Change

The pandemic ushered in a panoply of behavioral changes in the workplace, ranging from virtual conferences to repetitive use of now tiresome phrases such […]

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Technological Maturity in Legal Departments

Technology is useful only insofar as corporate legal departments can persuade lawyers and support staff to use it. Many departments are rapidly onboarding tech […]

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In-House Legal Leadership: Survey Highlights

During the second year of the pandemic, chief legal officers (CLOs) and their legal departments faced fast-changing challenges in risk, culture and technology. These […]