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Remote Work: Fall 2022 Survey

Remote work is one of the most debated questions in the corporate world right now. We surveyed in-house counsel across a […]

After Crippling Colonial Pipeline Cyber Attack, Industry Still Resists Incident Reporting Requirements

Following the recent Colonial Pipeline ransom attack, there is a push in Congress for new pipeline security legislation, but the […]

The Fraught Post-Pandemic Transition For Employers

The ninth annual employer survey from labor and employment firm Littler finds that employers transitioning to a post-pandemic workplace are […]

Remote Work, Employee Well-Being And COVID-19

The COVID pandemic has been a catalyst for changes in the workplace, none more consequential than the increase in remote […]

Polls Show Waning Support for the Supreme Court As Presently Constituted

A Marquette School of Law survey found that 52 percent of “very conservative” respondents have high confidence in the Supreme […]

Law Firm Bullies Go Unchecked

Bullying and lack of respect was cited as number one on a list of detrimental behaviors at law firms, according […]

Law School Death Spiral?

A deteriorated market for their graduates – and a consequent shrinking number of applicants – is a big part of […]

Law Department Staffing Trends

The survey captured information about legal department staffing trends for 2015. One-third of respondents came from departments of six to […]

Data Protection a Spending Priority for 2015

Strategic Planning for Information Governance Spending on information governance will increase in 2015, according to a TGC survey of in-house […]

Arbitration Trends 2014

A Today’s General Counsel survey captured trends and attitudes toward arbitration among in-house attorneys. The primary reasons respondents gave for […]

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