This training course will help you recognize situations that raise ADA issues and assist you in dealing with these issues effectively. (Licensed for use in classroom settings only and not for distribution in any form.)
This is a sample briefing by law school professors to their students regarding graded assignments. This material was created by Veta T. Richardson, President and CEO of the Association of Corporate Counsel, and Justin Connor, Executive Director of the Center for Industry Self-Regulation, as part of their law school course titled "In-house Counsel: Law and Practice."
Are you an in-house professional interested in teaching a law school course? You may wonder how peers who teach law school designed their syllabus. Take a look at the syllabus developed by Veta T. Richardson, ACC President and CEO, and Justin Connor, Executive Director, Center for Industry Self-Regulation.
Teaching law school is an exciting opportunity for in-house counsel to share their practical knowledge and help develop the next generation of lawyers. View a compilation of course proposals, syllabi, and exams, that have been created and used by members of the in-house community who have taught or are teaching a class in law school.
Sample agreement between a business and a celebrity or influencer hired to promote its products or services.
This model letter to new hires regarding their confidentiality obligations to previous employers is drafted to be of generation application to United States employers.
Checklist for how to prepare for Occupational Safety and Health Administration workplace inspections, as well as how to handle safety incident investigations.
Contract playbooks help the legal department, executive team, and sales understand which contracts are acceptable and which contracts the company will walk away from. This article walks through the process of creating a contract playbook.