Tag:Corporate Counsel

Colorado Lawyers on Growing Number of Federal Antitrust Cases

A massive antitrust case is an example of a growing trend in Colorado and across the country, according to local attorneys.

Legal Departments Expect to Hire More Attorneys and Face Data Privacy, M&A Challenges in 2022

A new survey reveals corporate legal departments expect to hire more attorneys and outsource more work in 2022 compared to last year.

Survey Shows Growth in Corporate Counsel Pay, but ‘Ceiling Remains Hard to Reach’

A recent Above the Law survey shows corporate counsel compensation has risen overall, but few in-house attorneys break $400,000 in base pay.

Cybersecurity, Data Privacy Among Top Concerns for Corporate Counsel

A survey of chief legal officers shows cybersecurity, compliance concerns and data privacy are the top issues facing businesses.

CLI’s General Counsel Roundtable Offers Insight to EDI, Hiring, Post-COVID Legal World

This year’s general counsel roundtable from the Center for Legal Inclusiveness shared insights on the future of legal leadership post-COVID.

ACC Returns to In-Person Events in August

In August, the Colorado chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel will hold its first in-person networking and other events since 2020.

Survey Says Smaller Companies Less Prepared to Deal with New Risks

Chief legal officers at smaller companies are less confident about the ability to deal with emerging risks according to a recent survey.

Legal Departments Push Firms on DEI

A 2010 survey found 18% of U.S. legal departments track diversity efforts but in-house legal departments want more effort to meet goals.