In This Issue - April 2013
Toyota says its problems with sudden unintended acceleration are in the rearview mirror, but newly disclosed documents raise questions that experts say have not yet been answered.
How two divorced lawyers met at a big firm, then went off to form small ones.
In The News
Facebook can be a great business tool—until someone hijacks your page.
Black Box's new GC is more the business guy than the legal guy.
When companies object to employees' tattoos, they could be entering a legal quagmire.
GCs come and GCs go, but when do the number and speed constitute a problem?
Pressing charges against hackers can create awkward discovery battles.
When congressional investigators come knocking, cooperating is better.
Gail Norris | University of Rochester
The New GC of MetLife really worked his way up by his bootstraps; and other Moves.
From The Experts
Don't let obsolete employment practices leave you open to newfangled EEOC charges.
Add cybersecurity to the GC's job portfolio.
Asians are catching up in multisector patent race.
Lawyers disagree on the ultimate impact of the historic shift.
The agency tops its previous record. Is this a trend?
Criminal division leader leaves behind a mixed legacy.
Questions & Answers: Todd Harrison, Patton Boggs
Tracy-Elizabeth Clay: General Counsel, Teach for America
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