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Abbie Shindler Joins Buchalter in Scottsdale Office

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Buchalter announced that Abbie Shindler has become a member of the firm’s Corporate and Tax & Estate Planning Practices in Arizona.

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Succession Planning: It’s Not Just for Emergencies

Event, Sept. 7, 2017, 1 p.m. EDT
The heart of succession planning is identifying and building your future leadership at all levels, according to TrainHR.

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Case Study – An Inside Look at PayPal’s ELM Implementation

Case Study – An Inside Look at PayPal’s ELM Implementation

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During the 2017 CLOC Annual Legal Operations Institute in Las Vegas, Onit and PayPal presented a session titled, “Next Generation Enterprise Legal Management (ELM): People. Process. Automation.”

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Assess Your Risk Appetite: Complimentary Report

Assess Your Risk Appetite: Complimentary Report

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The National Association of Corporate Directors has released a report from a discussion the NACD Advisory Council on Risk Oversight held to discuss the board’s role in the development and oversight of risk appetite.

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Dealing With Violations In Export and Import Transactions

Dealing With Violations In Export and Import Transactions

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Williams Mullen has posted a white paper on steps to take in dealing with export and import violations.

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Managing Legal Risks and Cultural Issues in Cross-Border and Whistleblower Investigations

Managing Legal Risks and Cultural Issues in Cross-Border and Whistleblower Investigations

Event, July 26, 2017, 12 p.m. EDT
AltaClaro will present a complimentary webinar focusing on managing legal and cultural risks in cross-border investigations. The event will be Wednesday, July 26, 2017, beginning at noon Eastern time.

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Complete the 2017 Law Department Benchmarking Survey

Complete the 2017 Law Department Benchmarking Survey

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Consilio is conducting an online survey is designed to provide law department leaders insight into comprehensive benchmarking data, legal operations and discovery best practices, and trend reporting.

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3M Lawyer on Cutting More Than 250 Law Firms

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3M Co. launched its effort convergence in 2013, when it cut the about 300 of its U.S. outside firms to about 35 to 36 firms, reports Bloomberg Law.

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In-House Attorneys See 4.3 Percent Pay Hike

In-House Attorneys See 4.3 Percent Pay Hike

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Above the Law reports on a BarkerGilmore in-house counsel compensation report that shows in-house lawyers received average pay increases of 4.3 percent last year.

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How to Make the Case for a Smaller Law Firm to Your Board

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With a smaller law firm, seasoned attorneys are the norm, rather than the associates who typically handle day-to-day business for the big law firms, writes Norm Finkel of Schoenberg, Finkel, Newman and Rosenberg, LLC.

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Uber CEO Pays a Price for Breaking the Rules

Uber CEO Pays a Price for Breaking the Rules

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The hard-charging, take-no-prisoners corporate culture exhibited by Uber and his brash CEO is now seen as the company’s biggest liability, reports The Los Angeles Times.

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The Artificial Intelligence Revolution and Its Impact on In-House Lawyers

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In-house lawyers who embrace AI will become more valuable to the next generation of CEOs and CFOsm according to an Above the Law post.

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Download: “Seeing Opportunity in Reputation Risk”

Download: “Seeing Opportunity in Reputation Risk”

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The National Association of Corporate Directors’ new article, “Seeing Opportunity in Reputation Risk,” explores how effective board oversight of corporate responsibility (CR) and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategies, practices, risk management, and crisis preparedness can not only help manage strategic risk, but also result in enhanced reputation.

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MetLife General Counsel to Step Down After Beating U.S. in Court

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Bloomberg reports that MetLife Inc. General Counsel Ricardo Anzaldua is stepping down after he helped win a court battle that reversed the government’s designation of the insurer as too big to fail.

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The Whistleblower Behind Caterpillar’s Massive Tax Headache Could Make $600 Million

The Whistleblower Behind Caterpillar’s Massive Tax Headache Could Make $600 Million

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BloombergBusinessweek reports on the story behind the accountant who might end up the best-paid whistleblower of all time, with a potential paycheck of $600 million, while Caterpillar, the 92-year-old pride of American industry, will experience something unfamiliar: public humiliation.

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Corporate Partner Richard Kaye Joins Barnes & Thornburg’s Atlanta Office

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Barnes & Thornburg LLP has added Richard Kaye to its Atlanta office as a partner in the Corporate Department, where he works on domestic and international transactions.

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Uber Looking for New General Counsel Amid Increasingly Dicey Legal Issues

Uber Looking for New General Counsel Amid Increasingly Dicey Legal Issues

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Recode.net reports that Uber’s search for a new general counsel could be interesting, considering the company’s many thorny legal issues.

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Managing Partners Say Their Lawyers Are Underperforming and Slow to Change

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One of the findings is that business is moving in-house, and managing partners recognize that: 67.9 percent of respondents said they are already losing business to in-house legal departments.

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Forum: Examine the Risks and Rewards for Cross-Border Deals

Forum: Examine the Risks and Rewards for Cross-Border Deals

Event, June 20, 2017, New York
Bloomberg BNA and World Services Group will present the Cross-Border Deals Forum to hear about the current risk assessment, which deals are facing greater scrutiny and which deals are enjoying a more positive outlook.

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Dubious Corporate Practices Get a Rubber Stamp From Big Investors

Dubious Corporate Practices Get a Rubber Stamp From Big Investors

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Institutional asset managers carry enormous clout across corporate America. So it’s unfortunate that so many of these managers choose to support the status quo for boards, even when investors are ill served, points out The New York Times.

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