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A primer for litigation counsel regarding the organizing of loan workout and cybersecurity professionals: substantive expertise versus a new perspective and freedom from the past

Counsel are regularly and appropriately warned against actual and apparent conflicts of interest. This often means that experience with a matter must be abandoned when a “fresh set of eyes” owned by a previously uninvolved lawyer or law firm replaces counsel who was involved in a particular contract or litigation …

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Even with new state law, board diversity requires individual action

Serving on a board with other successful executives can be enriching and enjoyable. It provides access to different leadership styles, business models and company cultures as it simultaneously enhances professional skills and raises one’s business profile. Boards benefit from varied perspectives viewed through a unique and personal lens.  The portal to serving on a corporate board is work/life experiences and the expertise gained from serving on not-for-profit boards. Nonprofits provide a training ground for individuals, with philanthropy as a core component …

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Benefits of informal health expertise | Stanford News

A helpful reminder – something as simple as “Are you taking your medications?” – could conceivably prolong a life. A new study shows that having a health professional in the family is good for your health. (Image credit: Getty Images) And now, a Stanford study provides novel, concrete evidence on the power …

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