In This Issue - July 2012
Corporate directors, who once seemed above the fray, are increasingly in the thick of itfending off everything from bad publicity to nasty lawsuits.
A new methodology for our Diversity Scorecard better captures the situation of minority lawyers at the nation's top law firms.
In The News
The EEOC issues new guidance on using background checks when hiring.
An appeals court may soon rule who is a "foreign official" under the FCPA.
Are companies spending on politics, and do their shareholders want details?
A racing group finds itself in unwelcome (and all-too-familiar) territory.
JPMorgan's big loss further complicates the equation, as the long wait for a proprietary trading rule drags on.
Helen Pudlin, the just-retired general counsel of PNC Financial Services Group, talks about the job's personal challenges.
Every heard of a "cookie audit"?
On The Job
Six steps you should take to ward off costly class actions.
The new legal head of Union Pacific aims to keep the company on the rails.
How two big companies embraced the work-at-home ethos.
The ITC remains a hot patent forum, especially for IP–only law firms.
The EEOC suffers a devastating loss in a large sexual harassment case.
Two appellate judges defer to the PTO, and a third goes ballistic.
If the Republicans in Congress thought Craig Becker was too pro-union before, it's easy to imagine what they're thinking now.
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