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By Mary Strimel
The Department of Justice Antitrust Division (DOJ) implemented new provisions in merger consent decrees that:
By Robert J. Cordy, Kristin Michaels, Sarah E. Walters
The increased focus on issues of harassment is putting corporate culture under a microscope.
By McDermott Will & Emery
NOL Provisions (Video)
By Bernadette Broccolo
We're excited to announce the release of The Law of Digital Health, now available for pre-order through the American Health Lawyers Association.
By Joel Grosberg
The Chinese government announced on March 13, 2018, that it will consolidate the duties of three competition agencies into a new government agency to handle all antitrust matters.
By Stephen Kranz, Alysse McLoughlin, Diann Smith, Kathleen Quinn
Recently, there have been notable legislative efforts in New York, Idaho, Iowa and Minnesota.
By McDermott Will & Emery
Fringe Benefits - Update
By Michael Peregrine
The New York attorney general's (NYAG) recent civil rights complaint against the Weinstein Company highlights the personal liability risks of leadership inaction to credible harassment evidence.
By Michael Peregrine
Newly updated proxy voting guidelines from the prominent asset management firm BlackRock can provide the health system governance committee with a useful and informed perspective on trends in boardroom practices.
By Michael Peregrine
A new academic article offers interesting commentary on the elements of board structure and processes that can contribute to board deadlock and other similar forms of debilitating disagreements between directors.
By Michael Peregrine
The general counsel can play an important role in providing advice concerning the emerging phenomenon of "CEO activism," in which companies and their CEOs publicly comment on leading social issues.
By Michael Peregrine
The rapid convergence of federal regulation efforts and heightened expectations of governance accountability is creating a significant challenge for the audit & compliance committee.
By Michael Peregrine
As "member substitution"-styled M&A transactions proliferate in health care, greater consideration is warranted on the most effective use of board and committee seats as "currency" for such transactions.
By Michael Peregrine
A series of recent developments, above and beyond the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, continue to place pressure on the ability of nonprofit hospitals and health systems to justify their federal tax exempt status.
By Michael Peregrine
The 2018 version of this important annual report from the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) provides valuable information for the general counsel ...
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