Guidant's Courtney Fuller Receives Corporate Counsel Award

The Puget Sound Business Journal announced winners for its 2015 Corporate Counsel Awards, and we’re proud to say our very own Courtney Fuller was named Outstanding In-House Counsel of a Small Company!

The Corporate Counsel Awards honor the best in-house counsel members who help drive business, push boundaries and mitigate risk. As Guidant’s Corporate Counsel, Courtney certainly embodies this persona. She plays a vital role in ensuring our 6,000+ small business owner clients remain compliant with their business retirement plans, and as a member of the Guidant leadership team, Courtney also plays a vital role in our overall corporate compliance.

Join is in honoring Courtney as PSBJ’s Outstanding In-House Counsel. Thanks for all you do!

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