Some days, Michael Redding’s work at ManpowerGroup Inc., Milwaukee, takes him back to his classes as an undergraduate majoring in business at Truman State University.
Before Mark Fogarty went to law school, he worked in accounting and finance at Kimberly-Clark Corp., Neenah. Although he spent a few years in private practice after graduation from Georgetown Law, Fogarty soon found his way back into the business world, working as in-house counsel at Menasha Corp. from 1994-97, then senior and international counsel at Kimberly-Clark.
In the nearly 11 years since Kelli Taffora graduated law school, she has worked in private practice, for state government and in the private sector.
Though he started out with seven years in private practice, Karl Dahlen has since spent the past 18 years making a name for himself as in-house counsel at companies such as A.O. Smith Corp., Milwaukee; Tower Automotive Inc., Racine; and, for the past 14 years, Land’s End Inc., Dodgeville.
Daniel Graff was interested in working in the private sector after law school, but, as he said, it “didn’t take him up on the offer.” Instead, Graff found his way into the public side of law, working 17 years for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources before joining the state Department of Transportation in July.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is ready for battle.
If you haven’t seen the 1999 cult classic “Office Space,” rent it. Mostly because it’s funny, but also, it demonstrates the biggest cybersecurity threat in your legal department: your people.
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