In This Issue - March 2013
Talk about a brain drain—many Silicon Valley companies export their IP to subsidiaries to save on paying high corporate taxes. It's completely legal, but in a scramble for more revenue, regulators and lawmakers are looking to close the loophole.
Green tech companies risk the oldest game in town: corruption.
In The News
Google's partial win could prove a big one for companies seeking clarity on standard essential patents.
As online education takes off, the legal issues start to take shape.
The ABA endorsed the Ruggie principles, but few law firms have followed.
One company's pro bono effort offered victims of Sandy legal expertise.
Congress may be having trouble raising money, but the Department of Justice isn't.
A public flap offers lessons on which nonprofits can campaign for causes and candidates, and which can't.
New top lawyer for the Asian Development Bank finds his mission in life; and other Moves.
Timothy Lynch | University of Michgan
From The Experts
Section 363 asset purchases offer opportunities—but you have to know what you're doing.
While flawed, Microsoft's tablet has a lot to offer lawyers—including an Office suite.
Justice's approach to antitrust in the second Obama administration should be familiar.
A court yanks qui tam cases against falsely labeled patents.
A Federal Trade Commission report reveals which mergers trigger scrutiny.
Carrie Simon: General Counsel | International Rescue Committee
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