Tesla Inc. has brought in Derek Windham as deputy general counsel for corporate and securities, the latest hire in the electric vehicle maker's legal department, which has undergone many personnel changes over the last three years. 
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Tesla Hires New Deputy GC For Corporate And Securities

By Sue Reisinger

Tesla Inc. has brought in Derek Windham as deputy general counsel for corporate and securities, the latest hire in the electric vehicle maker's legal department, which has undergone many personnel changes over the last three years. 
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Walt Disney Atty Jumps To Tech Co. Sabre As CLO

By Clarice Silber

Travel-focused software and technology company Sabre Corp. said on Monday that it has hired Chadwick Ho, The Walt Disney Co.'s most recent TV networks and streaming services associate general counsel, to become its chief legal officer.
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Re/Max Elevates Atty To Legal, Compliance Head

By Michele Gorman

Re/Max Holdings Inc. said Monday it has promoted one of its in-house lawyers, who has worked at the real estate franchise for more than a decade, to general counsel and chief compliance officer.
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Snell Wilmer Atty Goes In-House As American Healthcare GC

By Clarice Silber

American Healthcare REIT Inc. has brought on Snell & Wilmer LLP partner Mark E. Foster to become its executive vice president and general counsel.
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Goodwin Lands McKinsey Digital Counsel To Boost Innovation

By Marco Poggio

Goodwin Procter LLP has brought on the former global managing counsel for McKinsey Digital with experience in emerging technology as its new chief innovation officer, the firm said Monday in a statement.
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ABA Clarifies Remote Learning Guidance For Law Schools

By Sarah Martinson

The American Bar Association's policymaking body at its annual meeting Monday in Chicago adopted a resolution to clarify its accreditation guidelines on remote learning for law schools, as well as a variety of other proposals.
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AGs Say BlackRock's Social Conscience May Cost Pensions

By Kellie Mejdrich

Republican attorneys general from 19 states said in a letter to BlackRock Inc. CEO Larry Fink that the company's support for so-called environmental, social and governance factors could be putting pensions at risk, and that its conduct could be illegal.
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