As law firms have made more definitive transitions to operations as big businesses, they have become increasingly receptive to adopting a celebrity and worker bee mentality with much widerSubmitted By staff on Oct 22, 2015
At the annual cornerstone meeting of the International Women’s Forum in Morocco last week, corporate, civic and political leaders from thirty countries convened to assess the state of affairs in the Arab world.Submitted By staff on Oct 22, 2015
More than 25 percent of the firms' New York partners (as of January 2012), have bolted from its ranks, many with hair-raising stories of a firm in all manner of disarray. This sad state of affairs is a bonanza for recruiters and trade journalists.Submitted By staff on Oct 22, 2015
Maximizing one's chances of landing a dream position requires plenty of skill and an undeniable element of good luck--for lawyers in any form of transition.Submitted By staff on Oct 22, 2015
In today's article, Wendeen H. Eolis addresses the departure of Gabi Campos, the Chief Executive Officer of Poker Stars. His resignation became bigger news than it might have been because it follows other recent and curious personnel changes and the company's efforts to keep Campos' planned departure under wraps for too long.
Submitted By staff on Oct 22, 2015