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Christopher Parent – Johnson Controls

It’s been a new product line, as well as geographical base, since last summer when Christopher Parent took his skills in intellectual property from the Nintendo of America legal department to Johnson Controls. The former, of course, is a Japan-based company noted for consumer electronics as well as such video games as The Legend of […]

Chris Young – Ironclad Inc.

Between the endless hours of contract review, keeping an eye on the ever-changing regulatory landscape and advising the C-suite and board of directors, the burdens shouldered by today’s corporate counsel can be as daunting as they are dynamic. But with the typical in-house workload having increased by more than 90 percent—at a time when resources […]

Christopher Reid Smith – BlueCrest

He came aboard at an exciting time, Christopher Reid Smith bringing his mix of legal and business acumen to BlueCrest last March, less than a year after the former Pitney Bowes division had been acquired by Platinum Equity and rebranded. BlueCrest’s stock-in-trade being the latest in document messaging technologies for the public and private sectors, […]

Charlotte Tart – Intelligent Medical Objects Inc.

As a hobbyist photographer, Charlotte Tart has a keen eye for knowing when things are out of focus—and a knack for bringing them back. In other words: an ideal skill for any modern general counsel, one that quickly came in handy when she joined Chicago area-based health care IT company Intelligent Medical Objects (IMO) in […]

Chris Clancy – Panduit

By all accounts, the acquisition was a perfect fit; a way for Panduit to augment its network infrastructure business with an established audio-visual presence, in the form of AV luminary Atlona. Even the deal itself—a handover completed in 2018, and Panduit’s largest to date—was quick and seamless for the company and its general counsel, Chris […]

Curtis Schehr – DCS Corp.

When a company bids on federal contracts, especially on those involving national security, it had better adhere to a stringent code for ethics and compliance. Curtis Schehr knew this from his roles as an in-house lawyer at several public and privately-held government contractors in the Washington, D.C. area, and his reputation for thoroughness was well-known […]

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