Since 2015 women in gc position significantly increased according to a General Counsel Pay Trends report from legal recruiting firm BarkerGilmore and data company Equilar who analyse 500 of the biggest revenue-earning companies in the US.
General counsel (GC) who spend more time on executive activities (strategic work and supplying business guidance) are more effective than those who spend less, according to Gartner. The “executive” GC are more likely to achieve their personal objectives, have greater influence with other executives and contribute more to corporate outcomes. «In an era where corporate […]
According to the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Foundation’s 2020 State of Cybersecurity Report, 71 percent of companies give the chief legal officer (CLO) a key role in leading the organization’s cybersecurity strategy. The report surveyed 586 law departments across 36 countries and 20 industries on a broad range of cybersecurity activities: legal department’s role, policies […]
Alan Braverman general counsel and senior executive vice president for The Walt Disney Co. is America’s highest paid GC. Last year, the manager earned $8 million. In 2019, Braverman’s salary exceeded that of Morgan Stanley’s chief legal officer and executive VP Eric Grossman, who dropped to second place after holding the title as top cash […]
Philip Morris (PMI) announced that Suzanne Rich Folsom has been appointed Senior Vice President and General Counsel, leading Legal, Ethics & Compliance, effective July 1.
The civil unrest after the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man killed by police in Minneapolis on 25, May 2020, reshapes this crisis time also for in-house counsel
69.6% of in-house lawyers confirmed that Covid-19 prevented them from attending an in-person education or training event. This emerges from Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) second member flash poll
Only 29% of the 110 in-house leaders at global companies who participated in Morrison & Foerster’s survey examining the business impacts of the coronavirus outbreak see data security as a major risk, while just 18% said privacy was among their top priorities.
Findings from an IBM survey of U.S. consumers reveals shifting personal behavior and preferences resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic.