Ex-Dewey & Leboeuf CFO Convicted of Fraud
Joel Sanders was accused of plotting to conceal the New York law firm's losses before it went bankrupt in 2012.
‘TrumpCare’ to Increase Uninsured by 24 Million
A CBO report “makes clear that TrumpCare will cause serious harm to millions of American families," Sen. Charles Schumer says.
Can Companies Bar Workers from Filing Class-Action Claims?
The Supreme Court seeks to clarify whether workers can be compelled to sign agreements that prevent them from banding together to sue employers.
Partner With Outside Counsel to Drive Value
CFOs have the opportunity to participate in more direct, strategic discussions around legal strategy and legal spend.
Square-Off: Should the Affordable Care Act Be Repealed?
Four experts weigh in as the fate of the health-care reform law hangs in the balance.
FTC Tackles Meaning of ‘Unfair Competition’
For the first time, the agency outlines how it will use its unfairness powers under antitrust law but a GOP commissioner dissents.
Compliance Mountains to Climb
Almost half of finance executives predict they'll have to spend more to follow the rules in 2014.
Special Report: Cutting Workers’ Comp Costs
Potential drains on cash flow and perverse medical and legal incentives make workers' comp worthy of CFO scrutiny.
Should CFOs Care About Workers’ Comp?
The case for finance chief involvement in workers’ compensation risks is buried in cash-flow and income statements, as well as balance sheets.
What’s the Difference? Liquidation vs. Dissolution
An anomaly described in a recent IRS ruling says there is a big, but subtle, difference.
Automating In-House Counsel & Law
Corporate law departments are finally getting connected, for sizable savings.