National Legal Research Group

There’s no such thing as run-of-the-mill legal research, says John F. Buckley IV, who knows a thing or two about the subject. Buckley is the president of the oldest and largest legal research firm in the U.S., the National Legal Research Group (NLRG). The firm, founded in 1969, offers what it calls “specialized legal research […]

Nicholas Kourides – American International Group Inc.

Founded in 1919, American International Group Inc. (AIG) is one of the largest names in the international insurance market. With more than 90 million customers across 100 countries, AIG offers a full range of insurance services including casualty insurance, life insurance, retirement products and mortgage insurance. As one of the country’s top commercial and industrial […]

Not legal problems, just problems

Vice President and General Counsel Barry Lubow recalls a quote from Harvard law professor, David Wilkins, that describes the relationship between businesses and their attorneys. Roughly paraphrased, it goes: Businesses don’t have legal problems, they just have problem—problems—the legal part of which they’d like removed as quickly as possible. In other words, Lubow says, business […]


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– Wade Poulson, General Counsel, Bob Baker Enterprises Inc.
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Winter II 2018



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