Celanese General Counsel Gjon Nivica has discovered the secret to building a better team.
Generalists, not specialists, are the key to start-up success, according to General Counsel Dean Breda of Interactions Corp.
LexisNexis’ Meredith Sidewater shares what she’s learned during her journey from court room to corporation.
NETGEAR General Counsel Andrew Kim on the benefits of having a “lean department.”
Xerox General Counsel Don Liu believes in cause-based corporations.
How Matthew Geekie went from trial lawyer to SVP and General Counsel of Graybar.
When he moved to Stockholm, Brown-Forman General Counsel Matthew Hamel found the secret to his success: versatility.
Changing the face of the Legal Department: Mary Garceau, General Counsel for Thirty-One Gifts.
Kathleen Cronin, CME Group’s Senior Managing Director, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, harnesses the power of the right amount of employee engagement.
How ABM General Council Sarah Hlavinka McConnell’s Texas roots laid the groundwork for her family business success.
Hello again, readers — Spring is quickly approaching, and with that comes the fourth edition of Forefront. The new year brought new goals and challenges, and with the new season, we hope readers continue to find inspiration in the stories of the business professionals profiled within our pages. In this issue, we proudly feature eight professionals in wide-ranging lines of …
Delida Costin builds Pandora’s legal dream team with reverse mentors.
From basketball star to leading lawyer, Linda DeRenzo coaches The MENTOR Network’s all-star legal team.
Happy new year, readers! This is an important milestone for everyone, including Forefront. 2013 marks a year where all economic indicators should be improving—from unemployment numbers to property prices to GDP. The beginning of 2013 also marks our third issue of Forefront. After reading issues No. 2 and 3, it is our sincere hope you are enjoying the content, and …
By Randi Morrison & Broc Romanek of TheCorporateCounsel.net The Holy Grail: Becoming a director. Meeting half a dozen times a year; sometimes in exotic locales. Earning a quarter million at larger companies. Many seasoned general counsels start thinking about the next stage of their career as they swiftly move through middle age. And becoming a director somewhere is a common …