From The Experts
Insurance recovery may make the difference between a company's survival and bankruptcy. In-house counsel should consider involving outside expertise for high-risk and complicated claims.
Regardless of industry, geography or scale, every corporation can expect increasing interest in its supply chain. The questions for companies, then, are: How can they make sense of it all, and how can they plan accordingly?
Apple Inc.'s e-books price fixing case offers several lessons regarding current antitrust enforcement and best practices for in-house counsel.
A corporation can be liable for direct infringement if it makes, uses, sells, offers to sell or imports that which infringes a patent. But under what circumstances can a corporation (or its corporate officers) be liable for induced infringement?
How to orchestrate a successful out-of-court restructuring.
There is a moment in every transition from corporate health to corporate distress when failure can be averted. Act early and the company has options, act late and the company may not be able to avoid the sometimes crushing burden of bankruptcy.
Determining the extent of foreign government influence over a prospective non-U.S. business partner should comprise a key component of the due diligence checklist.
There is a new strategy for enhancing a U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Inter Partes Review petition and increasing the chances of a review being instituted: the use of recorded live technical tutorials and expert testimony.
Corporate officials are once again uncertain of whether they can be dragged into long and expensive litigation, with the threat of ruinous potential liability, for statements they merely touched in the normal course of their jobs.
Considering the potential liability and delays in closing that can arise if the real estate component of an M&A transaction is not properly handled, companies would be wise to do everything in their power to avoid this omission.
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