In This Issue - January 2011
Corporate prosecutions are all over the map. Lawyers and judges alike are clamoring for consistent rules. Will that ever happen?
Chinese state-owned companies are looking to buy energy and mineral assets. Canadian businesses are ready to sell.
In The News
Constellation's GC explains why it's important for gay lawyers to be open about themselves at work.
Prosecutors claim a Glaxo lawyer knew the company was promoting unapproved uses of one of its drugs.
Marvell's GC spoke out of turn on a rival's voicemail, but his company won a trade secrets case anyway.
The Empire State moves to create a special licensing procedure for in-house lawyers.
A New Jersey college welcomes its first general counsel.
A Gen Re lawyer says he told his GC about a questionable deal.
On The Job
Independence won't guarantee ethical behavior. Good culture will.
How to fill the big shoes of the new legal manager position.
Updated versions of old standbys lead the season's list of best gadgets.
Kirsty Cooper, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Esprit De Corps.
Darden Restaurants sets out a whole buffet of duties for its new top lawyer.
Picking up the music industry's baton, a group of lawyers revive the mass copyright suit.
OSHA is considering revising the statute of limitations for record-keeping violations.
Lawyers at a conference complain, while their targets fire back on the Web.
A nonprofit is looking for sponsors to help it make court documents available online.
Patent prosecution ruled too late when delay has caused prejudice.
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