The University System of Georgia has settled two federal cases with Georgia Institute of Technology students expelled over what they claimed were bogus allegations that they had sexually assaulted fellow students.
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For much of Floor & Décor General Counsel David Christopherson’s career, each professional step has been a lucky accident, preparing him for his next challenge, even before he knew what that challenge would be.
Floor & Decor General Counsel David Christopherson discusses the role of outside counsel in filling companies' legal needs.
A federal appeals court had good news Monday for three Miami Beach nightclub operators: It's not illegal to hire alluring women to coax men into ringing up tens of thousands of dollars in bar bills.
The average total cash sum taken home by the top 100 GCs went down by nearly 2 percent in 2015.