- In-house Coach
In last month’s column, “Moving in (house) for the right reasons,” I briefly described the in-house practice and what someone might wish to consider before going that direction. While you assess your job prospects, keep in mind what employers will be looking for when they hire.
Written by Jennifer Brown Posted Date: August 20, 2012
Video: Seventh annual InHouse/ACC general counsel roundtable on risk management: How in-house counsel mitigate riskWritten by Jennifer Brown Posted Date: August 13, 2012
- Practising In-House
We use the words “team” and “teamwork” all the time in business. I think back to football analogies and rowing analogies used by my former CEOs. I recently watched the Olympic women’s soccer. After my immense disappointment at the Canadian team’s loss to the United States, the sense of admiration for the grit and determination shown by the Canadian women, the anger and disappointment at the decisions made by the Norwegian referee when Canada was in the lead and showing great momentum, I mused about why we use sports analogies so often in business and why, in so many cases, the analogies do not neatly apply in the business context.
Written by Jennifer Brown Posted Date: August 13, 2012
|Pet Valu franchisees are a bit at each other’s throats over the opt-out process in a class action. Photo: Shutterstock|
Video: Seventh annual InHouse/ACC general counsel roundtable on risk management: Managing risk in-houseWritten by Jennifer Brown Posted Date: August 06, 2012
- Decision gives U.S. producer a leg up
|Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP partner Robert Armstrong represented Agro-Farma Canada Inc.|
Video: Seventh annual InHouse/ACC general counsel roundtable on risk management: The role of external counselWritten by Jennifer Brown Posted Date: July 30, 2012
- How data mining could pay off for your legal department
Written by Siobhan McClelland Posted Date: July 16, 2012
|The ACC’s Sanjeev Dhawan notes that there is still a lot of resistance on both sides to AFAs.|