In-House

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    Amazon GC's Comp. Dropped In '23 After Prior Stock Awards

    Amazon general counsel and longtime employee David Zapolsky saw his total reported compensation dip significantly — from about $18.2 million in 2022 to $371,600 in 2023 — due to the impact of stock awards, a Thursday securities filing shows.

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    Pinterest's CLO Saw Compensation Top $10M In 2023

    Pinterest Inc.'s chief legal officer, who has previously held senior roles at Discover, PayPal and American Express, brought home more than $10 million in total compensation in 2023.

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    Frier Levitt Adds Health Pros From Mandelbaum Barrett, Enzo

    Healthcare-focused Frier Levitt has expanded its roster with a pair of experienced partners who most recently worked as a litigator at Mandelbaum Barrett PC and as general counsel for molecular diagnostics company Enzo Biochem Inc.

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    Recently Retired Pitney Bowes CLO's Comp Topped $1.7M In '23

    The longtime top legal officer for shipping and mailing technology company Pitney Bowes Inc. saw his compensation rise to over $1.7 million in 2023, continuing growth since 2021, a recent U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing showed.

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    Burr & Forman Adds Longtime In-House Leader To Fla. Office

    Burr & Forman LLP has brought on an in-house pro with more than $60 billion of transaction experience to its office in Jacksonville, Florida, adding the former general counsel of public company Cannae Holdings Inc. in Las Vegas to its corporate and tax practice.

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    IBM Recruits Vanguard GC As New Legal Chief

    IBM has found as its next chief legal officer a seasoned in-house lawyer who has held senior posts at Vanguard, Citi and American Express, the technology giant said Thursday.

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    Spencer Fane Expands In Dallas With Pair Of Real Estate Pros

    Spencer Fane LLP has added two new real estate partners to its Dallas office, including a former in-house general counsel at a marina company and a former Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP attorney.

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    NYSE General Counsel Moves To Broadridge Financial In NY

    The New York Stock Exchange's general counsel is leaving her role next month, for a new post as the chief legal officer for Broadridge Financial Solutions Inc., the group announced Thursday. 

  • DuPont's General Counsel Earned $2.5M In 2023

    DuPont de Nemours Inc.'s senior vice president and general counsel Erik T. Hoover received roughly $2.5 million in total compensation for 2023, down about $300,000 from the prior year, a public filing says.

  • Nationwide Injunctions Spike Politicizes Judiciary, Study Says

    Nationwide injunctions have dramatically increased in recent years, particularly during the Trump administration, a trend that has politicized the judiciary and risks further politicization without reforms, according to a study published in the Harvard Law Review on Wednesday.

  • Ex-Reed Smith Atty Can't DQ Judge In Bias Suit Against Firm

    A former Reed Smith LLP attorney failed in her bid to have a New Jersey state judge disqualified from her gender discrimination suit against the firm, with the judge on Wednesday turning down her argument that he improperly reviewed a certification from the firm's general counsel.

  • Ex-Coupang Atty Fights Bid To Toss Whistleblower Suit

    A former in-house attorney at South Korean conglomerate Coupang told a Washington federal judge this week that his whistleblower claims against the company are valid according to the terms of his employment contract.

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    30 Law Firms Lead On Client Service Amid Wider Decline

    When interviewed about client service, corporate legal decision-makers praised a select few law firms, even as the overall satisfaction of corporate clients has fallen in recent years, according to a report released Wednesday by BTI Consulting Group.

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    Proxy Snapshot: Dow Inc.

    General counsel Amy Wilson of Dow Inc., which operates through the wholly owned Dow Chemical Co., has prepared a proxy statement for the company's online annual meeting on Thursday morning that includes two shareholder proposals.

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    Womble Bond Brings On Ex-Greenberg Litigator Turned GC

    Womble Bond Dickinson has brought on the former general counsel of development firm Sixty West to its Atlanta office, strengthening its business litigation group with a former Greenberg Traurig LLP shareholder who co-chaired its business litigation team in Atlanta, the firm announced Wednesday.

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    Ex-WilmerHale Atty Named Legal VP At Mass. Pet Food Co.

    A Massachusetts-based pet food company has tapped the former senior counsel for Keurig Dr. Pepper Inc. as its new vice president of legal, the company announced Wednesday.

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    New Onit CEO Brings On His Former GC To Lead Legal

    The former general counsel of supply chain software company E2open Inc. has jumped aboard legal technology company Onit Inc., following in the footsteps of former E2open CEO Michael Farlekas, who made the leap in January.

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    SocGen GC Departs For Finance Giant TP ICAP

    Financial services firm TP ICAP said Wednesday that it has hired a top lawyer from Societe Generale in London to serve as its general counsel for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

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    Eversheds Sutherland Gains Baker Hughes RE Ace In Houston

    Eversheds Sutherland announced Wednesday that it had added a counsel to its real estate practice in Houston who joined after more than a quarter-century working in-house for energy technology company Baker Hughes.

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    Norfolk Southern CLO On Derailment Lesson Of Transparency

    When Norfolk Southern Corp. announced a $600 million settlement Tuesday to resolve a putative class action over its 2023 train derailment and toxic chemical spill in East Palestine, Ohio, chief legal officer Nabanita Nag saw a culmination of over a year's worth of intense work and even more intense communication efforts.

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    Chicago Bears Recruit Miami Heat Atty For CLO Spot

    The NFL's Chicago Bears announced a changeup in its legal leadership Tuesday with a high-level leader in sports and media law joining the organization as its legal chief from the NBA's Miami Heat.

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    Cozen O'Connor Adds General Counsel To Real Estate Group

    Cozen O'Connor PC's real estate practice group has added former Kushner Cos.' general counsel Jennifer Nellany, who told Law360 she's bringing her experience on the client side and hospitality expertise to the new role.

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    Hertz's Outgoing GC Saw Compensation Drop $4.2M In 2023

    The top lawyer at Hertz Global Holdings, who is set to step down from her position this week, earned about $2.3 million in 2023, down from $6.5 million in the previous year, the car rental giant said in a securities filing Tuesday.

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    Fla. Boutique Expands Roster With Veteran Litigator

    Miami-based commercial litigation boutique Sanchez Fischer Levine LLP has picked up a veteran litigator with experience including in private practice and in-house at Ernst & Young LLP and mortgaging service company Ocwen Financial Corporation.

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    Former Dentons US CEO Named 1st CEO Of Baretz & Brunelle

    Legal advisory firm Baretz & Brunelle LLC announced Tuesday that Mike McNamara, the former CEO of Dentons US, has been hired as its first chief executive officer.

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Expert Analysis

  • Law Firms Cannot Ignore Attorneys' Personal Cybersecurity Author Photo

    Law firms that fail to consider their attorneys' online habits away from work are not using their best efforts to protect client information and are simplifying the job of plaintiffs attorneys in the case of a breach, say Mark Hurley and Carmine Cicalese at Digital Privacy and Protection.

  • Why Writing CLE Should Be Mandatory For Lawyers Author Photo

    Though effective writing is foundational to law, no state requires attorneys to take continuing legal education in this skill — something that must change if today's attorneys are to have the communication abilities they need to fulfill their professional and ethical duties to their clients, colleagues and courts, says Diana Simon at the University of Arizona.

  • How To Find Your Inner Calm When Client Obligations Pile Up Author Photo

    In the most stressful times for attorneys, when several transactions for different partners and clients peak at the same time and the phone won’t stop buzzing, incremental lifestyle changes can truly make a difference, says Lindsey Hughes at Haynes Boone.

  • Why Process Management Is Critical To Legal Tech Adoption Author Photo

    Corporate legal departments looking to implement new technology can avoid hiccups by taking steps to define the underlying business problem and to identify opportunities for process improvements before leaping to the automation stage, say Nadine Ezzie at Ezzie + Co., Kenneth Jones at Xerdict Group and Kathy Zhu at Streamline AI.

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    Ask A Mentor: How Can I Support Gen Z Attorneys? Author Photo

    Meredith Beuchaw at Lowenstein Sandler discusses how senior attorneys can assist the newest generation of attorneys by championing their pursuit of a healthy work-life balance and providing the hands-on mentorship opportunities they missed out on during the pandemic.

  • Advice For Summer Associates Uneasy About Offer Prospects Author Photo

    There are a few communication tips that law students in summer associate programs should consider to put themselves in the best possible position to receive an offer, and firms can also take steps to support those to whom they are unable to make an offer, says Amy Mattock at Georgetown University Law Center.

  • How Law Firms Can Cautiously Wield AI To Streamline Tasks Author Photo

    Many attorneys are going to use artificial intelligence tools whether law firms like it or not, so firms should educate them on AI's benefits, limits and practical uses, such as drafting legal documents, to remain competitive in a rapidly evolving legal market, say Thomas Schultz and Eden Bernstein at Kellogg Hansen.

  • Keys To Managing The Stresses Of Law School Author Photo

    Dealing with the pressures associated with law school can prove difficult for many future lawyers, but there are steps students can take to manage stress — and schools can help too, say Ryan Zajic and Dr. Janani Krishnaswami at UWorld.

  • 10 Steps To Improve Legal Vendor Management Author Photo

    Corporate counsel often turn to third-party vendors to manage spending challenges, and navigating this selection process can be difficult for both counsel and the vendor, but there are several ways corporate legal departments can make the entire process easier and beneficial for all parties involved, says David Cochran at QuisLex.

  • Can Mandatory CLE Mitigate Implicit Bias's Negative Impacts? Author Photo

    Amid ongoing disagreements on whether states should mandate implicit bias training as part of attorneys' continuing legal education requirements, Stephanie Wilson at Reed Smith looks at how unconscious attitudes or stereotypes adversely affect legal practice, and whether mandatory training programs can help.

  • Ditch The Frills And Start Writing Legal Letters In Plain English Author Photo

    To become more effective advocates, lawyers need to rethink the ridiculous, convoluted language they use in correspondence and write letters in a clear, concise and direct manner, says legal writing instructor Stuart Teicher.

  • Series

    Ask A Mentor: How Can I Negotiate My Separation Agreement? Author Photo

    Kate Reder Sheikh at Major Lindsey discusses how a law firm associate can navigate being laid off, what to look for in a separation agreement and why to be upfront about it with prospective employers.

  • DoNotPay Cases Underscore Hurdles For AI-Fueled Legal Help Author Photo

    Recent legal challenges against DoNotPay’s "robot lawyer” application highlight pressing questions about the degree to which artificial intelligence can be used for legal tasks while remaining on the right side of both consumer protection laws and prohibitions against the unauthorized practice of law, says Kristen Niven at Frankfurt Kurnit.

  • For The Future Of Legal Practice, Let's Learn From The Past Author Photo

    At some level, every practicing lawyer is experiencing the ever-increasing speed of change — and while some practice management processes have gotten more efficient, other things about the legal profession were better before supposed improvements were made, says Jay Silberblatt, president of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.

  • Why All Law Firms Should Foster Psychological Capital Author Photo

    Law firms will be able to reap great long-term benefits if they adopt strategies to nurture four critical components of their employees' psychological wellness and performance — hope, efficacy, resilience and optimism, says Dennis Stolle at the American Psychological Association.

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