In This Issue - December 2013
This year's Law Department Benchmarking Survey suggests that bad times might be history.
Why unpaid interns are suddenly suing their employers.
Toyota paid more than $1 billion to settle the economic damages MDL on sudden acceleration. So why do some observers say the company won?
When you take a close look at how disputes are resolved, it's not a pretty picture.
In The News
Even before a settlement hearing, the NFL is roiled by a tentative agreement.
A judge says that the Federal Circuit's monopoly on patent cases is outdated.
A lawyer who argues before the Federal Circuit, and chairs its advisory council, defends it.
A circuit court decision may mean that companies need to expand policies.
Some Silicon Valley lawyers thrive on building new law departments.
Wade Groom was a salesman in New York at a chic Lacoste clothing store. But in August he was fired after he posted a photo of his paycheck online and whined about it.
Two tech companies were talking about a partnership before one called foul and sued.
A Vermont town's tribute to a native son who reputedly filed the first patent gives way to contrary evidence.
Deals & Suits
A law firm leader, secure in his post, decides to take a job in-house; and other Moves.
From The Experts
How to orchestrate a successful out-of-court restructuring.
Game creators say they have a better way to train lawyers.
A year in, there are novel ways to challenge patents.
After years of bickering, two agencies join to enforce antitrust laws.
Washington law offices made progress—especially compared to 2011.
Angela Ciccolo: General Counsel, The Special Olympics
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