CAE has agreed to buy the military training segment of L3Harris Technologies for approximately $1.05 billion in a strategy to access multiple programs aimed at preparing U.S. warfighters for aircraft and weapon system operations. Montreal-based CAE said Monday it expects to close the transaction in the second half of this year. Marc Parent, president and CEO of CAE, said the company aims to accelerate its growth strategy in the defense and security space through the acquisition and expand its U.S. market presence.
Crystal Jones, currently the assistant general counsel and director at ICF, has been named data protection officer for the company's Global Data Protection and ePrivacy program. Jones will lead a data protection team that supports mandatory data privacy training for all employees and operates under ICF's Office of General Counsel, the company said Friday. Jones […] More
Verizon and law firm DLA Piper were honored Thursday with the 2011 Pro Bono Partner Award from Corporate Pro Bono, a joint venture of the Pro Bono Institute and the Association of Corporate Counsel. The award was for Verizon’s partnership with DLA Piper in developing a program to work together on pro bono projects in […] More