Sue Reisinger

Regulate That Hairbrush? Cyberlaw Experts Say Maybe

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In 2003 there were an estimated 500 million internet-connected devices. By 2020 it is predicted there will be 50 billion. Travis LeBlanc, recently resigned chief of enforcement at the Federal Communications Commission, says the profusion poses privacy and security risks for individuals, companies an

New EEOC Chief to Focus on Age Bias, Equal Pay and Job Growth

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Victoria Lipnic, the new acting chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, says the agency will focus on age discrimination, equal pay and fostering job growth.

Texas Roadhouse GC Ready to Fight EEOC Age Suit Again

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After five years of battling federal regulators over an age bias lawsuit that ended in a mistrial on Feb. 3, Texas Roadhouse Inc. general counsel Celia Catlett is gearing up to do it all over again.

Why Companies From Apple to Zynga Oppose Trump's Travel Ban

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Some 128 U.S. companies, led by tech giants Apple Inc., Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp., have joined a friend-of-the-court brief filed Sunday in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit saying the Trump travel ban "makes it more difficult and expensive for U.S. companies to recruit, hire, an

Data Privacy Tops List of Health Care GC Worries

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Seventy-five percent of respondents cited data security as the issue they were most worried about in Consero Group's 2017 Survey of Healthcare General Counsel. An explosion of high-tech "has outpaced everyone's comfort level," said Norton Healthcare general counsel Robert Azar.

Hard Lessons from a Company's Harsh Sentencing

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The sentencing last week of Pacific Gas and Electric Co. teaches general counsel that failing to cooperate fully with federal prosecutors is risky. Prosecutors asked for and received some harsh penalties.

Tips for General Counsel Job Hunters, or Keepers

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BarkerGilmore's Legal & Compliance Recruiting Blog offers companies several points that a GC can invert to use to his or her own advantage in determining compensation.

In-House Finance Lawyers to Teach on Handling Ethical Dilemmas in Business

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Pierre Gentin, for 18 years an in-house counsel at Credit Suisse, is teaching a course at the University of Pennsylvania on how to deal with ethical dilemmas in the business world.

TGP Taps Connecticut In-House Lawyer as GC

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Bradford Berenson knows what it means to respond to pressure and power, having served as associate counsel to President George W. Bush during and in the aftermath of 9/11. Now Berenson is taking his first general counsel role, joining TPG, a global alternative asset firm.

TPG Taps Former Bush Lawyer as GC

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Bradford Berenson knows what it means to respond to pressure and power, having served as associate counsel to President George W. Bush during and in the aftermath of 9/11. Now Berenson is taking his first general counsel role, joining TPG, a global alternative asset firm.

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