The roads to the title of general counsel for four Georgia women were as diverse as the speakers themselves, the industries they represented and the audience they addressed Thursday at Greenberg Traurig.
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Joel Reed's leap from a GC role to the operations side of a larger, acquiring business might strike some as a risk.
Given the current environment, corporations must take an even stronger stance than ever before to curtail a workplace culture that elected officials (and those who hope to be elected) have fostered.
After months of uncertainty about its future, the Oyez Project, a free repository of more than 10,000 hours of U.S. Supreme Court oral-argument audio and other court resources, has found a new home. The project's founder, Jerry Goldman, who is retiring soon, told The National Law Journal on Tuesday that a newly minted arrangement with Cornell University's Legal Information Institute and Justia, the online publisher of legal information, will keep Oyez alive.
Police in Florida have charged a man in the killing of Florida State University law professor Dan Markel, who was shot in the driveway of his Tallahassee home on July 18, 2014. Tallahassee police announced early Thursday that Sigfredo Garcia, 34, was arrested on charges of first-degree murder and cocaine possession. The Tallahassee Police Department did not release any motive for the homicide. A press conference is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Thursday.