Protests across the U.S. are making companies answer to what they plan to do about diversity, inclusion and equity, and they may tap their in-house counsel to take that charge. Plus, in-house counsel deal with looting at their companies’ storefronts while a Kimberly-Clark deputy GC looks for dialogue after her son is racially profiled at a Sonic Drive-In restaurant.


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