In This Issue - December 2012
Our latest Law Department Metrics Benchmarking Survey shows that legal departments are working harder, with less.
Patent reform helps spur a burst in litigation in our latest Patent Litigation Survey.
In The News
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide a copyright case this term that could have serious unintended consequences for the nation's art museums.
An in-house lawyer recounts her criminal trial, and talks about what she learned.
A morals clause comes in handy when the star endorser takes a tumble.
Patent litigation vied with financial regulation for the year's top story.
She had to give up competitve riding to do it, but the Olympics GC has no regrets.
The general counsel can play a role in aiding a company's succession plans.
Orbitz top lawyer is a traveling man with a passion for pro bono work. Plus: More GC Moves.
Ed Policy | Green Bay Packers
From The Experts
How to minimize your company's employee liability risks in bankruptcy.
Developing nations and Big Pharma spar over drug patents and licensing.
After a riveting term, the Supreme Court again has big cases on its docket.
The Obama administration has a small army of former partners from the firm holding senior jobs.
Test your knowledge and memory of 2012 with our first crossword puzzle.
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