In This Issue - May 2013
The 2013 winners of our annual Best Legal Departments competition all have one trait in common: they are really, really passionate about the work they do.
Acorda's small team of in-house lawyers all do a bit of everything—and they like it that way.
The global biopharmaceutical company's legal team collaborates the way a certain dynamic duo does on the silver screen. And like them, it gets results.
The Caesars law department takes on myriad projects in the gaming industry, one of the most tightly regulated businesses in the United States.
Working for the largest four-year university system in the world, Cal State's lawyers get straight A's for reducing caseload and expenses.
In The News
New rules pressure companies to take responsibility for their supply chains.
FCPA enforcement declined in the first quarter, but the news isn't as good as it sounds.
A General Electric lawyer travels to Myanmar to test the legal waters.
The nation's largest bank decided to go a different way on compliance.
India rules that pharma companies can't prolong patent protection by making small changes to drugs.
Deals & Suits
First-ever top lawyer for organic food company likes being part of a company that people can relate to; and other Moves.
Kathryn Krecke | W.K. Kellogg Foundation
From The Experts
Significant changes are coming for compensation committee members.
Convertible, Chromebook, tablet all vie to replace your notebook. Can they?
Claim construction law and the future of biotech patent litigation.
The president tries to resuscitate the NLRB, but the signs are not good.
The Supreme Court shoots down another large group of plaintiffs.
The Justice Department's budget seeks to add dozens of lawyers to bolster enforcement.
Andrew Johnson: General Counsel, 3D Systems
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