In This Issue - May 2013
Macau's gaming industry is in the chips—but there's also legal uncertainty in spades.
Deutsche Bank's GC tries a do-over for the scandal-ridden institution.
In The News
A new company sells a service like email—only it's untraceable.
While financial regulators are furiously trying to catch up on long-overdue rule-making mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act, other entities are trying to kill the law.
This time the music and movie industries try a gentler approach: the slowdown.
Microsoft is the latest tech company to reveal who is asking for data, and what it did in response.
The University of Pennsylvania Law School is about to have a Wharton connection.
Employee gender changes can challenge companies and their lawyers.
India rules for the first time that compulsory licensing of a generic is legal.
The general counsel of the baseball players union always goes to bat for his men; and other Moves.
Audrey Anderson, Vanderbilt University
From The Experts
Providing services to health care companies just got a lot more complicated.
Bane or benefit to the busy lawyer, in-flight Wi-Fi is booming.
If there is one thing Raj Abhyanker can't stand, it's stability.
The Internet's new domains mean new opportunities for cybersquatters.
The Justice Department is set to battle a company that makes fiber for bulletproof vests.
Testing the SEC's reach, an accounting firm is asked for audits from China.
President Barack Obama nominated Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez, who has led the U.S. Department of Justice's civil rights division since 2009, to serve as the next secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor.
Joanna Pressman: General Counsel, Robin Hood Foundation
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