The South's General Counsels See Modest Increases in Base Pay, More Generous Gains in Overall Compensation Packages
The latest reported data regarding GCs at 419 Southern-based public companies reveals compensation is on the rise. We examine trends, and take a closer look at the top-paid GCs in Georgia and the South. Search our online database of nearly 2,800 compensation packages, going back to 2007, by name, industry, state and more.
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