In This Issue - September 2012
Eaton's lawyers couldn't stop suing, even though their actions hurt their company.
Going in-house doesn't automatically mean a better work/life balance for women.
Former boutique partners garner accolades for their second act.
In The News
After years of disturbing the tranquility of other companies, Google gets a dose of its own medicine.
The special counsel's report on the Penn State scandal shines a harsh light on then-GC Cynthia Baldwin.
A survey suggests that GCs cling to the billable hour because it's familiar.
An in-house lawyer's blog post starts a wide-ranging conversation about what GCs should know.
OFAC is Treasury's rising star of overseas financial regulation.
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 is the second installment of snapshots of the 2012 finalists.
On The Job
There's going to be trouble following the international LIBOR scandal; how will you deal with it?
What you toss may be more important than what you keep.
The high-tech forum staggers under decades-old discovery rules.
An in-house lawyer faces an ethics probe over his handling of evidence as a prosecutor.
A panel of lawyers debates the causes, and significance, of the vanishing civil jury trial.
Once unthinkable, the Pentagon's first gay pride event is notable for how nearly normal it seems.
Rana Dershowitz: General Counsel, United States Olympic Committee
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