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Honoring the best

Last April at our inaugural In-House Leaders in the Law event, we honored 15 corporate counsel who demonstrated exemplary leadership skills – both on the job and in their communities. In-house lawyers in the region, joined by outside counsel from ...

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Newsmakers

New Associations John A. Beccia III recently joined Boston Private Wealth Management Group as senior vice president and assistant general counsel. He was previously with Investors Bank and Trust. Beccia co-chairs the Boston Bar Association’s Corporate Counsel Committee. Jonathan L. ...

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Glass half full?

A recent list published in Working Mother magazine honors 50 law firms around the country for having “women-friendly” work policies. Celebratory toasts all ‘round! Well, maybe not so fast. The survey was completed by the law firms themselves, leading some ...

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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, the Delaware Supreme Court, and the Delaware Chancery Court from mid-May 2007 through early July 2007. U.S. ...

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Newsmakers

New Associations Martha Born has joined Biogen Idec, Inc. in Cambridge, Mass. as chief litigation counsel. Mary Clare Decker has been named chief legal officer and director of human resources at Injured Workers Pharmacy in Methuen, Mass. Martin C. Dunn ...

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Waging a battle

Wage and hour suits have emerged from the factory floor and are going through the roof. Employers of all kinds, big and small, are facing more and more claims they failed to pay workers the wages and overtime to which ...

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Newsmakers

New associations William Eggers, who recently retired as general counsel at Corning Incorporated, has returned to Nixon Peabody as senior counsel in the litigation practice. Eggers previously practiced at Nixon Peabody before going in-house. While at Corning, he was closely ...

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Forbidden no more

The former Chinese Imperial Palace in Beijing – the Forbidden City – was emblematic of the inward looking, closed Chinese culture of yore. And even in more recent times, the Chinese Communist government for the most part kept the country’s ...

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