In This Issue - February 2013
Employers confront challenges on all fronts, from new types of unions to the health care law. What do the next four years look like?
IBM's general counsel explains why in-house lawyers aren't (and shouldn't be) the conscience of their companies.
Employers continue to struggle with the legal rights of their employees' social media addiction.
In The News
Shell counters environmental challenges by suing before it is sued.
HP's new general counsel has a demoralized law department and a new crisis to add to a long succession.
A court rules that privilege is lost after a company turns over documents.
The GI Bill is now a registered trademark.
A small hair care company sues a giant retailerand wins.
As DuPont and Monsanto slug it out in court, the GCs take off the gloves.
A court rules that sharing legal advice when negotiating isn't a waiver.
William Thro | University of Kentucky
The new top lawyer for the American Red Cross brings a global perspective; and other Moves.
From The Experts
Employers have some hard choices to make in light of health care reform.
2012 was another banner year for IP litigation. Here are our top hits.
Some lawmakers are hoping for another opportunity to push energy legislation.
Elisse Walter talks about her long to-do list as she takes over as the SEC's new chairwoman.
When the FTC opens an inquiry, how do you end it with no action taken?
David Galluzzi: Chief Counsel | Marvel Entertainment LLC
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