In This Issue - May 2012
China's food scandals have prompted widespread alarm as multinationals scrambled to ensure the safety of supply chains. But recently there have been signs of progress.
Are regulators blocking more deals, or does it just seem that way?
Have spin-offs become the new new thing?
An increase in hostile M&A activity has created a new set of rules.
In The News
Whose employee will be paid to expose a secret campaign contribution?
Politicians' investments, even when in trusts, can tarnish companies.
Intellectual property cases were among the largest jury awards in 2011.
Questions & Answers with Richard Holwell
The Federal Trade Commission proclaims that consumers control digital privacy and data.
Senators ask agencies to say whether companies can require job applicants to turn over passwords.
Kiobel v. Shell will be remembered for something. Exactly what is anyone?s guess.
Tech shops that sell spy equipment to repressive regimes are getting pounded.
On The Job
Stephanie Lovell | Senior Vice President and General Counsel
How two companies are dealing with today's nightmare for IT chiefs.
Trademark-watchers question the Beyoncé rocket docket.
Recommendations on managing electronic discovery in a world awash in data.
For the new GC at Hooters, a whole new definition of getting her wings.
As the president's term winds down, inspector general jobs are unfilled.
The long-running tussle between business and the EPA is finally coming to a head.
After a spate of unfriendings (nothing personal), Facebook is finally liked.
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