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Announcing the 2019 CCCA Award Winners

  • May 14, 2019
  • Karen Sadler

A round of applause goes out to this year’s CCCA award winners! During the National Conference, members were recognized for their exceptional contributions to both the CCCA and the wider legal community.

Workplace Investigations: The Elephant in the Room

  • March 13, 2019
  • Luis Millán

Internal investigations have become an important exercise of good corporate governance. However, it can be challenging to determine what is “fair and appropriate in the circumstances,” and how the courts will decide when reviewing workplace investigation processes and issues of privilege. What steps can you take to best prepare and execute when faced with a workplace investigation?

The Power of People

  • March 13, 2019
  • Patricia Osoko

This author has seen the effects of corruption in different countries and how people there are responding. using Latin america and South Asia as examples, she looks at the significant efforts governments are making to show their commitment to curbing corruption. Is it leading to increased confidence and integrity? And are increasingly global companies ready to follow suit?

Ethics and Integrity Officers: Guarding the Moral Compass

  • March 13, 2019
  • Jim Middlemiss

Organizations across the country have added or are looking to add “Chief Ethics/Integrity Officer” to their C-Suites—a role perfectly suited to in-house counsel. Ensuring more than compliance, this position joins legal, business and personal ethics to guide organizations and people. See how this is playing out and if you have what it takes to lead with integrity.

Conquering Challenging Clients

  • March 01, 2018
  • Jim Middlemiss

Every in-house counsel has a war story to tell about a challenging client they had to manage at some point in their career.