At the beginning of the day and the end of the day, I believe at least the lawyer profession is all about leadership.
Under the mantle of leadership, we have three very strong and experienced people….
To survive and prosper in today’s world, firms across the globe require industry-leading software solutions that foster growth, maximize performance, and provide the strategic visibility to embrace change fearlessly and meet the unique demands of a global workplace.
She has represented companies and their officers and directors in more than 75 shareholder class actions and derivative suits throughout the United States.
One of the things that you're taught even before you set foot in law school is that the law is not about logic. One of the joys of the experience of participating in the profession, because I've now touched four decades, is that it's a wonderful thing to study the law, but the trajectory of the law is always evolving and it's basically driven by facts.
Yet, despite some isolated efforts to hire and retain more female attorneys and promote more women into partnership, little tangible progress has been made to improve the position of women in the profession…
Nicki also has extensive experience in corporate internal investigations and SEC investigations and enforcement proceedings.
She has advised numerous boards and special committees in internal investigations regarding accounting improprieties, FCPA violations, stock option backdating, insider trading, off-label marketing, and embezzlement.
Some newspaper readers first learned his name in July, when it appeared in articles about the options-backdating scandal.
Many of the implicated companies were tech firms, and a high percentage of them were his clients.
In September his name came up again when he was called before a subcommittee of the U. House Energy and Commerce Committee to answer questions about Hewlett-Packard's now infamous board leak investigation.