In This Issue - October 2012
In the latest edition of our annual Who Represents America's Biggest Companies survey, we see that the economic crisis has led to changes in the client-firm relationship—in lots of little ways.
An interactive chart showing which firms are representing the Fortune 100 companies.
Medtronic Inc. In-House Counsel Brian Ellis
United Rentals Inc. In-House Counsel Jonathan Gottsegen
Caterpillar Inc. In-House Counsel Kevin Brennan
In The News
Battle-scarred Apple engages in a different kind of IP war.
3M's longtime outside firm was hired by plaintiffs, and then it got nasty.
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 third and final installment of snapshots of the 2012 finalists.
NBC's lawyers are part of a team effort to prevent unauthorized viewing of Olympics coverage.
Yukos investors sacrifice a pawn as they focus on the endgame.
A judge finds that lawyers at TD Bank stumbled badly in managing discovery.
Stephen Rosenthal | Lead Counsel for Obama in Florida
For West Virginia governor's top lawyer, the opportunity to affect people's lives is a gas.
From The Experts
What outside counsel should look for in relationships with clients.
Predictive coding passes most of its first court tests.
Be very, very careful when drafting a patent litigation claim.
Long grounded, a board looks to relaunch with a new team—but no pilot.
A retired Supreme Court justice tries to spread calm on a visit to her old turf.
A judge sues the agency where he works in an effort to establish his rights.
David Cohen | Executive Vice President and General Counsel, New York Mets
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