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Scandal Du Jour

The business world it seems has been buffeted by scandal after scandal since we’ve entered the 21st century. Corporate fraud is the biggie, of course, which led to Sarbanes-Oxley and a raft of other “reform” laws and regulations. Of more ...

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New Associations Michael A. Bergeron has been appointed supervising attorney at Pilgrim Advocates, Inc. in Brockton, Mass. Amy W. Bizar has joined TERI, a non-profit organization in Boston, as vice president and general counsel. Sheila C. Casey has been named ...

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Case Law for In-House Counsel

Below are summaries of important opinions affecting in-house attorneys issued by the U.S. Supreme Court, as well as the 1st and 2nd Circuits from mid-July 2006 through early October 2006. * * * U.S. Supreme Court Certiorari Granted Fair Credit ...

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Our lead story on page one focuses on the multi-faceted roles in-house counsel can play – from legal “traffic cop” to trusted business advisor. The context: Assisting companies in mergers and acquisitions. Business deals are humming around the country and ...

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