In This Issue - November 2011
Almost under the radar, the Labor Department is talking and acting tough on employers. Critics call it grandstanding, but supporters call it course correction.
Facebook comments, under the right circumstances, are protected activity.
In The News
Cisco discovers the perils of doing business in China.
When companies like AIG and Blackwater go off the deep end, they seek her out.
Joe West's winding road to the helm of MCCA began with Hurricane Katrina.
Plaintiffs inch closer to enforcing a billion-dollar judgment against Chevron.
A New York court of claims judge resigns to take a job as a general counsel.
Trademark holders grapple with a new and explicit problem on the Web.
FINRA would like to expand into some of the SEC's turf, and Congress is listening.
On The Job
A big Catholic university lands a new top lawyer with a global resume.
EMC's IP lawyers would rather do the work themselves.
A federal magistrate wonders whether new e-discovery tools work.
Kevin L. Ridley, General Counsel
Supreme Court justices increasingly ask for the views of the solicitor general's office.
Companies are hit with more than a dozen discrimination lawsuits.
The False Claims Act favors the first to file, but a plaintiff argues that his complaint against the defendant is different.
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