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Anthony Krug, the company's chief accounting officer, will serve as acting chief financial officer of Mack-Cali, Gary Wagner, vice president and senior associate general counsel, will serve as acting chief legal officer and interim secretary of Mack-Cali, and Ivan Baron, executive vice president and general counsel for Roseland, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mack-Cali, will serve as chief legal officer of Roseland.
Global Banking News-February 7, 2014--United Insurance names general counsel and chief legal officer
The 2009 Chief Legal Officer Survey asked CLOs to rate the pressure that corporations are applying to law firms to change the value proposition in legal service delivery, as opposed to simply cutting costs.
Steve Brigance has been promoted to senior vice president for litigation and assistant chief legal officer of Beverly Enterprises of Fort Smith.
The attorney can transfer that duty to the chief legal officer and eventually to the board of directors.
If, for example, the chief legal officer takes responsibility for the company's legal affairs, why shouldn't the chief communications officer be similarly accountable for harmonious external relations?
The average salary, taking into account all industries, for a corporation's chief legal officer in 1991 was $177,185.
His extensive experience serving as the Chief Legal Officer of a major international corporation as well as his substantial experience with corporate governance and compliance issues will be a tremendous asset to Cintas and our shareholders.