Host of The Legal Report from Robert Half
Charles Volkert is a senior district president for Robert Half, a premier provider of talent and consulting solutions for a wide range of initiatives in the legal field, including compliance, contract management, data privacy, litigation support and more. Prior to his current role, he served as an executive director for the company’s legal practice. Mr. Volkert joined Robert Half in 1999 and previously worked as a litigator with McGrane & Nosich in Coral Gables, Fla. where he focused on complex litigation, insurance defense, medical malpractice and product liability. A noted author and speaker, Mr. Volkert earned a J.D. from the University of Miami School of Law and a BA from Furman University. He is a member of the Florida Bar, the Dade County Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
Rich Cohen joins to discuss the current state of legal department operations, staffing and service delivery.
Jamy Sullivan discusses the latest trends in hiring and compensation strategies in an ever more competitive market.
Guests Joel Wuesthoff and Daniel Hansen discuss the new compliance requirements established by the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 and the broader scope of businesses impacted by the act.
Charles Volkert and Kim Dickerson examine current issues amplifying compliance risks and discuss ways to manage compliance requirements with evolving regulations governing office re-openings, vetting and working with new suppliers, new technologies, and more.
Bernie Donachie and Frank Serge discuss best practices for contract lifecycle management.
Host Charles Volkert is joined by Doug Wilbert to discuss significant legal implications inherent in the benchmark transition.
Charles Volkert, senior district president of Robert Half Legal, and Billie Moliere, district president with the company, explore key considerations as legal offices re-open.
Joel Wuesthoff discusses significant updates relating to data privacy that could directly impact your business and compliance obligations.
Jamy Sullivan discusses the changing expectations of legal departments and the impact on the selection, management and evaluation of outside counsel.
Jamy Sullivan outlines Gen Z's values, attitudes and career aspirations and offer critical strategies to recruit and motivate this next generation of legal professionals.
Joel Wuesthoff offers strategies to help companies stay ahead and adjust security and privacy practices to manage the growing volume of data regulations.
Ida Abbott discusses critical components of succession planning that can position law firms or legal departments, their clients and departing leaders for future success.
Jamy Sullivan, executive director of Robert Half Legal, explores the latest hiring and compensation trends expected to shape the legal profession in 2019.
Joy Dingle talks about how the legal community partnerships are being used to expose youth in underrepresented groups and gives tips to students who are interested in legal careers.
Billie Moliere discusses the latest hiring trends and the hottest practice areas driving demand for attorneys, paralegals and legal support professionals.
Scott Giordano examines why law firms are among the most vulnerable for cyberattacks.
Charles Volkert and Judy Hissong explore key factors that legal professionals value in their work environment and ways legal organizations can use this knowledge to engage, motivate and retain employees.
This legal podcast shares insights on the possible implications for corporate law departments, law firms, and the legal workplace during the Trump Administration.
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