In This Issue - August 2013
In our annual list of the highest-paid Fortune 500 general counsel, top company lawyers get a raise after a couple of rough years.
In The News
Improper waste disposal can lead to fines, lawsuits, and even criminal charges.
Big changes at your company can have a ripple effect on your employees.
A requirement of the Dodd-Frank law may prove useful to companies that aren't financial institutions.
In June we recognized the lawyers at four companies as Corporate Counsel's Best Legal Departments. We also found much to admire in other nominees. This is the second installment of snapshots of this year's finalists.
A court will decide if Pfizer is liable for harm caused by generics.
An obscure D.C. committee blocks Chinese companies' proposed deals.
Build the in-house department at Aaron's Inc., and they will come; and other Moves.
From The Experts
Your disability policies and the implications of the new DSM-5.
Is there such a thing as defensible deletion of electronic data?
A drugmaker escalates an IP battle to new—and perhaps worrisome—heights.
For the second time a court has found that the NLRB's poster rule is illegal.
Once the hot forum for IP disputes, the ITC has since cooled down.
For federal agencies charged with implementing the Dodd-Frank Act, writing rules is only half the battle.
Nicole Morris: Managing Patent Counsel | The Coca-Cola Company
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