While we know the perils of believing that the grass is greener on the other side, we also know that the times of staying with one employer for the entire length of one’s career is very much over. Today, people expect to change employers numerous times throughout their careers. In fact, it is very common to use each new job as an opportunity to obtain promotions and increases in your salary greater than the average 3 per cent annual salary increase people get for staying with the same employer.
Monday, 11 April 2016 09:00 Written by Jennifer Brown
|Pierre Magnan, Christopher Wolfenberg, Gulu Punia, and Karen Wyke looked at recurring themes faced by in-house counsel in the current economy. Photo: Jennifer Brown|
|David Leonard says the most effective way to deliver legal services may include sending work that isn’t core to Big Law to someone else.|
Monday, 21 March 2016 09:00 Written by Jennifer Brown
|Sana Halwani says the intent of a recent pro bono effort was to achieve some certainty on gene patents.|
Monday, 14 March 2016 09:46 Written by Renato Pontello
A key role of in-house legal counsel is to decide when, why, and where to farm out legal work. At times, the appropriate and most efficient thing to do is to retain the work in-house. In other instances, necessity dictates it be referred out; however, the selection of external legal advisors can be fraught with conflict.
Monday, 29 February 2016 10:17 Written by Jennifer Brown
Monday, 22 February 2016 10:21 Written by Jennifer Brown
|Brian Radnoff says a letter of reference from an MP for someone before the courts could be seen as a member of the government trying to influence the court.|