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The importance of intellectual property in employment agreements and traps for the unwary

Clayton Zak

Employment agreements are commonly implemented and often address the day to day aspects of employment, such as compensation, benefits, and vacation. Some employment agreements will go further and address commonly considered issues such as termination and non-compete agreements. What often ...

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Ensuring access: Law firms adopt technology for better security, document search

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Much like other industries, the legal world is rapidly adopting new technologies to improve efficiencies, better serve clients and ultimately to maintain security and remain profitable in an ultra-competitive industry. Long considered an industry slow to adapt and resistant to ...

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Allianz identifies 5 risk trends for directors and officers in 2020

Risk Assessment

The range of risks facing company executives or directors and officers (D&Os) – as well as resulting insurance claims scenarios – has increased significantly in recent years. With corporate management under the spotlight like never before, a new report by ...

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Managing communications during an internal investigation


As an employer, what you say is just as important as what you do. Internal investigations carried out by HR, compliance and legal professionals are no exception. What you say about the investigation — to employees, your board, media and ...

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