A panel of high-powered general counsel for Silicon Valley tech companies explained their current legal priorities in doing business all across the world.
The virtualization and cloud computing software company has hired the former Avaya GC to lead its legal department.
A San Francisco judge granted Google some protection from a deep data probe for employee compensation, salary history and contact information.
An administrative law judge prevented the Department of Labor from gaining access to reams of data it requested from Google as part of an external government audit.
Deposing an in-house counsel means wading through question after question about privileged information, said several trial attorneys.
Joshua Stein spoke to The Recorder about the company's recent licensing issues, outside counsel relationships and more.
When violence strikes the workplace, legal departments will have a big role in dealing with what comes next.
Legal consultants and private-practice attorneys say Uber's legal department needs to sort out a reporting structure and how to handle the Covington report without former CEO Travis Kalanick there to lead.
After the sudden death of Spectra7's CEO, then-GC Cynthia Cole stepped in to lead the company.
In the Covington & Burling report released last week by Uber Technologies Inc. in response to claims of harassment and bias at the company, one theme kept popping up: gaps in the human resources department's communication with in-house counsel.