Earlier this year, the 1st Circuit stymied the IRS in its ongoing effort to attack aggressive corporate tax shelters. In a sharply divided 2-1 panel ruling, the court determined that internal documents of Rhode Island-based Textron didn’t have to be given to the IRS because they are protected by the attorney work-product privilege. In-House Legal...
In-House Legal, hosted by Randy Milch, covers a variety of issues pertinent to the general counsel and corporate in-house legal departments.
Uber General Counsel Salle Yoo joins host Randy Milch to discuss how lawyers sometimes must leave their comfort zones to seize new opportunities.
Jeffrey Jackson, CLO at State Farm, talks about building communities in which budding lawyers feel free to ask questions and speak their minds.
CVS General Counsel Thomas Moriarty talks about whether working for a law firm is important to be in-house counsel.
Laureen Seeger discusses her path to becoming AMEX GC, industry regulation and cybersecurity, and the importance of brand trust.
Google GC Kent Walker how the company approaches the legal balance between personal privacy and the government’s need for access to information.
Mark Chandler, general counsel at Cisco, discusses non-practicing entities (patent trolls) and questions of security, privacy, and surveillance between the U.S. and Europe.