In This Issue - August 2012
In our annual list of the highest-paid Fortune 500 general counsel, the top lawyers' compensation packages cratered. Is this a short setbackor the start of a trend?
In The News
Defendants counting on Morrison to shield them from U.S. laws for conduct overseas may need to think again.
Olympic officials encourage athletes to blog and tweet, but they'd better read the rules.
In June we recognized the lawyers at four companies as Corporate Counsel's Best Legal Departments. We also found much to admire in the other nominees. Here, and in future issues of the magazine, we're presenting snapshots of the 2012 finalists.
India isn't yet a hub for international arbitration—but it wants to be.
A survey of corruption in Latin America finds hints of progress.
On The Job
Apple's mobile devices pose a challenge to e-discovery specialists.
Canada (yes, Canada) may finally live up to international IP standards.
Self-help discovery by employees: protected activity or actionable misconduct?
Acting IG finds plenty of wrongdoing inside the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Federal agencies' data shows that mergers continued to recover last year.
Sarah Feingold: General Counsel / Etsy
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