Social media has changed the way businesses communicate, enabling brands to directly engage with consumers.
In recent years, companywide layoffs, organizational restructuring and changes in senior leadership have become corporate realities.
Timothy Jefferson brings more than 25 years of experience in health care to his position overseeing the legal department at Grady Health System and Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, a busy trauma center and one of the largest public hospitals in the United States.
While studying for his patent law exam, Georgia State University Law School student William Florkowski said he was about as prepared to define claims "directed to or encompassing a human organism" on a test as he was to predict how he would feel several days into the future.
More than 40 years ago, the legendary management consultant Peter F. Drucker observed growing numbers of "knowledge workers" in the labor market, which he defined as "the man or woman who applies to productive work ideas, concepts, and information rather than manual skill or brawn."
A former longtime in-house lawyer at Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. is suing the consulting firm for discrimination, claiming the company unjustifiably demoted her and eventually forced her to resign because of her age and gender.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is more active than ever, filing 734 actions in 2012 and seeking an 18.5 percent increase in its 2013 budget. Most large corporations will face an SEC investigation at some point.
Throughout his professional life, Bill Young has found ways to put both his J.D. and his MBA to good use, specializing in operational management of in-house legal departments.
A recent opinion from the Southern District of New York interpreting the "means of interstate commerce" under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) has opened the door for the United States federal judiciary to exercise jurisdiction over virtually any Internet communication, even when the communication both originates and terminates outside the physical jurisdiction of the United States.
For the fifth year in a row, U.S. employers have seen an increase in the number of wage-and-hour lawsuits filed against them in federal court, according to calculations by the Federal Judicial Center