In This Issue - February 2012
The SEC's no-guilt deals can be a boon to in-house lawyers.
With custom medicine now a reality, who owns the bio data?
The Trials (and Settlement) of Jay Lapine
In The News
Companies can now benchmark their compliance policies by clicking a mouse.
News Corp.'s second probe into phone hacking has yielded results very different from those of the first.
Technology has forced some attorneys to make decisions that governments once made.
Law firms have emerged with expertise in higher education and specialties in niche subjects like Title IX.
It's early in the smartphone wars, but the tech giant scores in the ITC.
Google's unofficial motto may become a real punchline for law firms.
On The Job
For the love of the Law, Marianna Nitsch | General Counsel
Uncovering five hidden dangers of using a temporary workforce.
Our annual roundup of the biggest IP litigation wins of the year.
Keeping legacy data around might be more trouble than it's worth.
From the 150 biggest players in the Washington legal market, ranked by head count.
Want to win a case at the high court? There's at least one way to sweeten the odds.
The Justice Department picks a familiar face to lead its financial fraud task force.
The number of lawyers in the District's largest law firms shrank further last year.
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