In This Issue - September 2013
Five years later, AIG's collapse remains shrouded in secrecy. Here's what we know.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York compiled extensive data on AIG, including its reach at the start of the financial crisis, and the probable far-reaching consequences of an AIG failure.
COO meetups with law firm CIOs may be the next big networking thing.
Law department COOs are networking more to share information.
In The News
One lawyer found a balance working in-house, but it wasn't a short trip.
A new analysis allows law departments to compare rates by firm size, location, and more.
In a closely watched case, China may be ready to turn over documents.
A court vacates an SEC rule, and now the commission faces a decision.
When federal prosecutors were circling SAC Capital Advisors over insider trading allegations, one newspaper referred to SAC general counsel Peter Nussbaum as "a large supply of shark repellent."
Even if your readers are lawyers, they will appreciate reading plain English.
An appeals court rules that whistle-blowers must file with the SEC.
Hiring the wrong firm could leave your company less secure and more vulnerable.
An art history major with a practical bent finds her niche; and other Moves.
From The Experts
You have to tell the boss you don't represent him—even if he's President of the United States.
The Patent and Trademark Office has launched the Global Patent Search Network, a free service that will eventually provide translations of patents granted in multiple countries and languages—a move the agency hopes will make patent research easier and more comprehensive.
When legal and IT departments fail to collaborate, their companies suffer.
Trade secrets, which in the world of intellectual property often take a back seat to patents, copyrights, and trademarks, have of late gained a prominent and important spot in global discussions of IP.
The ITC adopts a pilot program to quickly resolve an issue in patent cases.
GCs disagree on whether there's a standard essential patent problem.
The Supreme Court term still resonates, but the next one is upon us.
The SEC's new chairman has been busy putting together her team.
The CFTC crafts guidance to reduce the danger of cross-border swaps.
Barbara Kolsun | General Counsel, Stuart Weitzman LLC
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