Tag Archives: General

Ask General Counsel: Court allows ex-AOL executive reduction in alimony obligations | Business

In this edition of Ask General Counsel, we discuss a July 2021 court order reducing the spousal support obligations for a former AOL executive. If you have questions about this case, divorce or family law matters, please contact Joanna Foard, who leads General Counsel P.C.’s divorce and family law practice.  Joanna can be reached at… Read More »

Arkansas attorney general candidates differ on breadth of office’s role

Arkansas’ current lieutenant governor will square off against a former department director under Gov. Asa Hutchinson in the Republican primary race for attorney general. Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin faces Leon Jones Jr. in the May 24 primary. Early voting begins Monday. The Republican nominee will face Democratic candidate Jesse Gibson and write-in candidate Gerhard Langguth… Read More »

Assistant Attorney General Todd Kim of the Justice Department’s Environment and Natural Resources Division Delivers Keynote at INTERPOL’s 25th Annual Pollution Crime Working Group Meeting | OPA

Remarks as Prepared Thank you for that very kind introduction, Federica. And greetings to everyone joining the proceedings today. It’s my great pleasure to be part of a robust and fascinating agenda. As just mentioned, my name is Todd Kim, and I have the great privilege of leading the U.S. Department of Justice’s Environment and… Read More »