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Indispensable Counsel

Author : E. Norman Veasey
ISBN : 9780199875290
Genre : Law
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Legislation and case law following the relatively recent corporate scandals have increased scrutiny on the ethics and integrity of individuals, and the culture they create, at the highest levels within the corporate structure. The corporate General Counsel (GC) is a key member of that group. This enhanced attention increases the already substantial tensions facing the GC, who must navigate the demands and interests of various corporate stakeholders-including the board of directors, officers (particularly the CEO), stockholders, and employees-while also serving the best interests of the client, which is-and should only be-the corporation itself. In light of these heightened expectations on ethics, integrity, and other liability concerns, Indispensable Counsel: The Chief Legal Officer in the New Reality examines the key role of the independent, yet business-oriented, chief legal officer. Indispensable Counsel provides readers with the foundations of corporate representation followed by practical guidelines on how the multiple roles of GC are, or should be, resolved, with best practices as the goal. Former Supreme Court Justice of Delaware E. Norman Veasey and coauthor Christine T. Di Guglielmo bring their stature and wealth of experience in the field to bear in this must-have resource for anyone interested in the role of corporate counsel.

The Law Of Governance Risk Management And Compliance

Author : Geoffrey P. Miller
ISBN : 9781454846574
Genre : Law
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The first casebook on the law of governance, risk management, and compliance. Author Geoffrey P. Miller, a highly respected professor of corporate and financial law, also brings real world experience to the book as a member of the board of directors and audit and risk committees of a significant banking institution. The book addresses issues of fundamental importance for any regulated organization (the $13 billion settlement between JPMorgan Chase and its regulators is only one of many examples). This book can be a cornerstone for courses on compliance, corporate governance, or on the role of attorneys in managing risk in organizational clients. Features: Addresses issues of enormous and growing importance that are not covered by other law school casebooks. Presents numerous cutting edge issues in a rapidly growing body of law and practice. Covers a subject matter that is a major employment opportunity for law school graduates. Professors who adopt this book participate in a new and burgeoning field of academic study and legal practice. Covers general issues as well as specific fields of compliance and risk management. Includes two sets of case studies--one on cases where compliance programs broke down (e.g., Enron, WorldComm, and JP Global), and one on cases where risk management broke down (e.g., UBS and the financial crisis, and JPMorgan Chase and the London whale). Features fewer cases and a higher ratio of author-written text and materials drawn from regulatory publications than in typical law school casebooks. Authored by a professor who is also an independent director of a financial institution.

The Federalization Of Corporate Governance

Author : Marc I. Steinberg
ISBN : 9780199934546
Genre : Law
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This book focuses on the federalization of corporate governance in the United States from both historical and contemporary perspectives. Although the states traditionally have regulated the sphere of corporate governance - encompassing the relations among and between the subject corporation, its directors, its officers, its stockholders, and other stakeholders - federal law today impacts the governance of publicly-traded companies to a greater degree than ever before in U.S. history. This book discusses the evolution and development of corporate governance from a federal law perspective from the commencement of the twentieth century to the present. It examines the tension between state company law and federal law, analyzes the federal historical developments, explains the ramifications of the federal legislation enacted during the past two decades, and recommends corrective measures that should be implemented. The book accordingly provides an original, historical, and contemporary analysis of the federalization of corporate governance - a subject that impacts this country's economic well-being in a very fundamental way.

High Performance With High Integrity

Author : Ben W. Heineman Jr.
ISBN : 9781422146064
Genre : Business & Economics
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Our free-market capitalist system is the world's greatest driver of prosperity, but it has a dark side. Under intense pressure to make the numbers, executives and employees face temptation to cut corners, fudge accounts, or worse. And in today's unforgiving environment, such lapses can be catastrophic. Fines and settlements have amounted to billions of dollars. Careers and companies have imploded. In High Performance with High Integrity, Ben Heineman argues that there is only one way for companies to avoid such failures: CEOs must create a culture of integrity through exemplary leadership, transparency, incentives, and processes, not just rules and penalties. Heineman, GE's chief legal officer and a member of both Jack Welch's and Jeff Immelt's senior management teams for nearly twenty years, reveals crucial "performance with integrity" principles and practices that you can begin applying immediately, and shows how you can drive performance by integrating integrity systems and processes deep into company operations. Such principles and practices also create affirmative benefits: inside the corporation, in the marketplace and in society. Concise and insightful, this book provides a much-needed corporate blueprint for doing well while doing good in the high-pressure global economy. From our new Memo to the CEO series--solutions-focused advice from today's leading practitioners.

Legal Risk Management For In House Counsel And Managers

Author : Bryan E. Hopkins
ISBN : 9781482896381
Genre : Law
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Companies must either properly manage the complex world of legal and corporate risk or suffer the consequences. Author Bryan E. Hopkins, the former General Counsel of Samsung Electronics America, identifies the numerous areas of legal and corporate risk that managers and their company counsel face daily. More importantly, he provides concrete examples that demonstrate how to minimize or mitigate legal and corporate risk. He provides case studies, practical information, and insights to help you conduct an initial legal risk assessment; establish a compliance program; retain records that minimize risk; transfer risk;and navigate the discovery process. Legal counsel must take an active effort in developing strategies, systems, and processes that minimize the legal risks faced by the company on a daily basis. Managers must also be involved to ensure the company develops a successful legal risk management program. Many companies dont think about risk management until theyre confronted with class-action lawsuits, product liability claims, government investigations, shareholder actions and fines. Take a proactive approach to protecting your company with Legal Risk Management for In-House Counsel and Managers.

The Generalist Counsel

Author : Prashant Dubey
ISBN : 9780199354535
Genre : Law
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In the past two decades, the General Counsel in many companies has risen in importance, and the GC is now often involved in business strategy from the inception. Consequently, the position has become more desirable, lucrative, and competitive. Those who achieve it are required to be better versed in the same fundamental principles of business practice and leadership as other senior executives. In The Generalist Counsel: How Leading General Counsel are Shaping Tomorrow's Companies, Prashant Dubey and Eva Kripalani offer guidance for lawyers making the transition to company leadership. They describe the steps a lawyer should take to blend legal training with other business disciplines to perform a much broader and more strategic role for the organization. Further, the authors provide a view into the GC role that will enable non-lawyers to better understand how their in-house legal departments execute their role. Through research and in-depth interviews with sitting and former General Counsel and executives in the sphere of influence, the authors identify a deliberate evolution in the fabric and tenor of the role of the GC. The personal stories are not only thought-provoking, but also entertaining. The authors also discuss how this shift is leading to other innovations within the legal profession, such as the evolving relationship with outside counsel, General Counsel demands for new products and services, and models for service delivery that are similar to Information Technology and Business Process Outsourcing delivery models.

The Inside Counsel Revolution Resolving The Partner Guardian Tension

Author : Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr.
ISBN : 1634252799
Genre : Business & Economics
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In the past 25 years, there has been a revolution in the legal profession. General Counsel and other inside lawyers have risen in quality, responsibility, power and status. Once second class citizens in corporations and the legal profession, they have become core members of top corporate management, equaling in importance the Chief Financial Officer and the finance function. Benjamin W. Heineman, Jr. has led that revolution in his nearly 20 years as the top lawyer at GE. In this analytic and prescriptive book, he describes the essence of that transformation and the modern role of inside counsel: the key functions, relationships, issues, problems and dilemmas, and argues for the role of inside counsel as lawyer-statesman, motivated not just by the desire for income but by broader values of integrity and corporate citizenship."

Building An Outstanding Legal Team

Author : Bjarne P. Tellmann
ISBN : 1911078208
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Looking Askance

Author : Michael Leja
ISBN : 0520249968
Genre : Art
File Size : 62. 67 MB
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"Beautifully written in an engaging style, this book provides a new perspective on turn-of-the-century American culture that nuances and complicates our vision of that historical moment. I have no doubt that it will become a classic text in American studies, the history of American art, and the study of visual culture."--Kathleen Pyne, author of "Art and the Higher Life: Painting and Evolutionary Thought in Late Nineteenth-Century America" "Michael Leja, one of our most original and acute historians of American art, has written an indispensable and lively study of what we might call the modern anxiety of seeing. He traces our inherently skeptical view of the world back to the turn of the last century, a golden age of hucksters, swindlers, quacks, humbugs, rascals, cheats, and confidence men, and shows how artists as diverse as Eakins and Duchamp fit into this new culture of suspicion. Leja's book breathes fresh life into the period."--Michael Kimmelman "Bringing together the strangest of bedfellows-paintings by Thomas Eakins, spirit photographs, William Harnett's still lifes, occult philosophies, Duchamp readymades-Leja uncovers a deep culture of suspicion and skepticism in America around 1900. As Americans grappled with the complexities of modern life, 'seeing was not believing, ' he argues in this deeply researched and brilliantly provocative study."--Wanda M. Corn, author of "The Great American Thing: Modern Art and National Identity, 1915-1935"

Looney Doubloon

Author : Lucy Courtenay
ISBN : 0340989165
Genre : Children's stories
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Set sail with Scarlet Silver, granddaughter of the notorious pirate Long Joan Silver, on an adventure on the high seas.

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