In This Issue - January 2013
One of the lessons of last year's bruising presidential race was that it's a diverse nation out there. We're a gorgeous mosaic, and it's making a difference in our neighborhoods—and now, in our workplaces. The legal profession is no exception.
New rules await audit and compensation committees. Are GCs ready for the extra work?
Preparing for the next Pan Am Games is keeping Canadian lawyers busy.
They can compile and sift compliance data, but humans need to look for patterns.
In The News
We asked three in-house lawyers to give us examples of outside counsel bills that send them up the wall.
Predicting the Dodd-Frank rules likely to emerge in the year ahead.
Regulators finally release guidance on bribery enforcement.
As Wal-Mart's bribery probe expands, so does its compliance department.
"Fly Write and Win" could soon become the motto of the U.S. Air Force legal department. And that?s no typo.
Plaintiffs from Ecuador are touring the globe attempting to enforce a judgment against Chevron.
Apple pays big for a license on a design it was accused of appropriating.
Under pressure from afar, animal testing of cosmetics makes an unexpected comeback.
The new top lawyer at J.P. Morgan is wielding binders full of talent, and other Moves.
Cooper Shattuck | The University of Alabama System
From The Experts
Five lessons on compliance from the rebuilding of Siemens's reputation.
Does Woody Allen's imperfect quote of Faulkner breach copyright law?
The SEC received more than 3,000 whistle-blower tips during the first full year of the Dodd- Frank Whistleblower Program.
Bolstered by Dodd-Frank, a once obscure regulator emerges from the shadows.
The top district law firms saw a welcome jump in revenue in 2011.
Tom Carpenter: General Counsel | Actors' Equity Association
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