Features Region: Northeast

Angela Lozano – Title Forward

Anyone who’s been involved in a real estate transaction of any kind knows how cumbersome the process can be. There’s a lot of repetition and duplication, uncertainty and worry, all the way to the final sit-down, signing and transfer of title. But Title Forward—a wholly-owned subsidiary of Redfin—is working to revolutionize the title, escrow and […]

Eric Rubenstein – Nielsen

Eric Rubenstein can regale listeners with plenty of experiences afforded by his job: deliberating with a Vietnamese labor official against the backdrop of an enormous portrait of Communist revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh; making government officials in China laugh with his rudimentary knowledge of Mandarin; taking his newborn son for a passport photo at two […]

David Foster – National Basketball Players Association

When you’re prosecuting organized crime rings by your mid-30s, representing one of the most visible districts of the U.S. Attorney’s Office, it’s worth wondering how much higher the lawyer’s ceiling can get—let alone the daily adrenaline rush. Fearing his career might never split from its current track, David Foster did what any hungry young lawyer […]

Nicholas Bonarrigo – Carmeuse North America

Shortly after coming aboard as deputy general counsel of Carmeuse North America last fall, Nicholas Bonarrigo found himself in a conference room of senior executives pondering the company’s direction and looking to him for guidance. Not exactly baptism under fire, but a reminder of how quickly an in-house lawyer is expected to acclimate and show […]

Graham Luce – BJ’s Wholesale Club

While a membership at BJ’s Wholesale Club costs just $55, for many shoppers that may not be walking-around money. Bargains abound, but with customers counting pennies, it’s to the warehouse club’s interests to communicate just how much potential members can save. Which competing retailers may take exception to, especially when BJ’s promises “up to 25 […]

Uche Ndumele – Pinnacle Foods

It was 2014, and for 35-year-old Uche Ndumele, life felt pretty close to perfect. He and his wife, Annie, had grown enamored with New York City. His employer, the online services giant AOL, was proving the perfect outlet for his bourgeoning securities and corporate governance expertise. For someone who’d always worn his aversion to change […]

Romy Horn – W2O

Like the digs of their C-suite neighbors, every general counsel’s office has its visual centerpieces—items such as diplomas on the wall or leather bound books meant to capture the visitor’s attention or even show off. Romy Horn hopes you notice the bowl of candy on her desk. From Tootsie Rolls to Jolly Ranchers, the dish […]

Royce Warrick – Solenis

When Royce Warrick left a longtime position as commercial legal director of a Fortune 100 chemical manufacturer’s multibillion dollar business based in downtown Philadelphia, it was for a more expansive—and maybe more adventurous—role, down the highway in Wilmington, Delaware. For that was where, just days earlier in July 2014, Solenis had sprung from what had […]

Brent Hatzis-Schoch – Radius Health Inc.

Biotech is a high-risk, high-reward industry, and a legal, business and intellectual smorgasbord for a general counsel whose responsibilities may be as critical as that of any researcher. For it’s the general counsel whose role spans all aspects of the company’s activities, from raising capital for a very lengthy research and development process, mitigating the […]

Casey Schwab – NFL Players Inc.

To borrow a football term, this past spring the U.S. Supreme Court sacked the so-called Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 that limited sports wagering—well, at least the legal kind—to Nevada, Delaware, Oregon and Montana. But at NFL Players Inc., the ruling caught no one by surprise; least of all Casey Schwab who, […]

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