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In-House Counsel as “Compliance Generalist”

Bruce A. Ortwine, Class of 1981, examines how an in-house counsel that advises on compliance matters is vital to an organization’s success in this week’s Scarlet Insider. See the full post here.

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Where Did Big Pharma Go?

On this week’s Scarlet Insider, Andres Puerta examines the loss of Big Pharma business in New Jersey and outlines how the Garden State can entice the industry to return. Read the full piece here.

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Examining New Jersey’s Wage Gap

This week on The Scarlet Insider, Pedro Blanco compares the wage gap in New Jersey to its neighbor, New York. Read the full post here.

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Inaugural Judge Rosemary Gambardella Competition

Rutgers Law students will learn about the issues facing failing companies while competing for scholarship money at the inaugural Hon. Rosemary Gambardella Scholarship Competition. The free event is sponsored by the New Jersey Turnaround Management Association (NJTMA) and is open to the public.

Thursday, November 17, 2016
6:00 pm

Rutgers Law School
Baker Trail Courtroom
123 Washington Street
Newark, NJ 07102

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A Higher Class of Justice – It’s Not Too Late to Jail

Yian Pan explores some of the most recent instances of financial institutions being fined of wrongdoing in this week’s Scarlet Insider.

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Zuckerberg’s Charity May Strike a Negative Blow to Shareholders’ Rights

Richard Cogan discusses Mark Zuckerberg’s plan to allow him to maintain his majority voting interest in Facebook as he decreases his equity interest in the company. Read the full piece here.