Jen Randolph Reise is a securities and corporate governance attorney by training. She is in private practice at the Minneapolis office of Taft (formerly Briggs and Morgan), and has worked in-house as SEC and compliance counsel at a public company.
She is currently a Visiting Professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, teaching business law courses. She is especially interested in negotiation, innovation in the practice and teaching of law, and ensuring that law students graduate with practical and business skills.
Jen is also an entrepreneur, and has founded a tech-ed startup called JD Navigator to help lawyers, law students, and prospective law students chart their course: that is, to get the information they need to make the career decisions that are right for them.
If you know where to look, you can find a treasure trove of information in a company’s Form 10-K. In this episode of the Contract Teardown show, Mitchell Hamline School of Law’s Professor Jen Reise talks about Walmart’s 10-K filed for the year 2020 and how you can get a strategic advantage in your deals and litigations with the information in a company’s 10-K.