Legal Depts. Ask Firms for Diversity, Make Efforts In-House

Mike Dillon, Adobe’s General Counsel, speaks with Corporate Counsel on the importance of having a diverse organization to meet the needs of diverse customers and business partners globally.

Tech to Cut Paper Clutter

Mike Dillon, Adobe’s General Counsel, speaks with India's Financial Express on the ability of Adobe Document Cloud to reduce paper usage and make contracts and signatures more secure.

Adobe GC: What I Want from Outside Counsel

Mike Dillon, Adobe’s General Counsel, conducts a Q&A with The Recorder and explains his approach in working with firms that run like businesses and with lawyers who can be flexible.

Forefront Magazine: Changing Adobe’s Legal Team from the Inside Out

Mike Dillon, Adobe’s General Counsel, speaks with Forefront Magazine, addressing how Adobe’s Legal and Government Relations (LGR) team has evolved to align with Adobe’s business transformation.

Adobe GC Preaches Gospel of Good Writing

Mike Dillon, Adobe’s General Counsel, speaks to The Recorder on how clear writing can make legal departments more efficient and effective. 

Striking a Blow Against Legalese: Adobe’s Legal Department Open Sources Its Plain-English Style Guide

Mike Dillon, Adobe’s General Counsel, speaks with LawSites on the importance of writing clearly and concisely and the impetus in developing the Adobe Legal Department Style Guide.

Taking Legal Out of Legalese

Mike Dillon, Adobe’s General Counsel, bylined an article on ACC Docket.com addressing the new Adobe Legal Department Style Guide.

Adobe Acrobat’s Next Version Puts Paper in the Cloud

Mike Dillon, Adobe’s General Counsel, speaks with LawSites on the newly launched Document Cloud services and the benefits the solutions bring to legal professionals

National Law Journal op-ed: Lawyer’s Encounter 25 Years Ago Foreshadowed Patent Wars

In a National Law Journal op-ed article, Mike Dillon, Adobe’s General Counsel, recounts his initial experiences with patent trolls and underscores the need for patent reform today.