In This Issue - December 2010
It began as an employment dispute with a former in-house lawyer. Now Toyota wonders where it will end.
Qwest's GC says: Wait a second. Let's all pause, take a deep breath, and rethink whether the hourly bill is really the problem. Don't you trust your outside counsel to do the right thing?
In The News
A federal judge urges plaintiffs firms to assign more women and minority attorneys to cases.
An Indiana power company suspends an in-house lawyer accused of a conflict of interest.
Amex says a government antitrust action threatens its business model.
Home Lender's GC goes to the 'House of Justice.'
Wikimedia is vague on GC's move.
A new law requires companies to say whether they're using conflict minerals from Africa.
On The Job
An Amazon win in Canada's version of Bilski brings two countries' patent regimes into closer alignment.
For Acacia Research, pure patent enforcement begins to pay off.
In patent infringement suits, if you can't get an injunction enforced, what's the point?
Nearing its tenth birthday, NAMWOLF looks to raise its profile by finally hiring an executive director.
Trade commission warns that the disclosure of some emissions data could prove anticompetitive.
Advocacy groups argue that qui tam complaints should not have to be filed under seal.
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