Facts don't clarify, stories clarify. So, here are 10 scenarios of client frustration with the law and lawyers, plus 10 stories that the general counsel can use to educate, ease, and explain.
Recently enacted federal and state rules, along with some very public pressure, are making U.S. companies take a closer look at how they manage their international supply chains.
The Association of Corporate Counsel wants Arizona to make it easier for in-house counsel to provide pro bono legal services in the state—and they're pushing the Arizona Supreme Court to adopt rule changes that would do just that.
School's out for summer, and there's a rush of young students and recent graduates looking for internships. But businesses that don't compensate interns for the work they perform can end up paying a big price down the road.
D. Casey Flaherty, corporate counsel at Kia Motors America, really does have good intentions as he humiliates Big Law firms about their dismal technology skillsbut he is careful not to embarrass a partner.
Vermont has become the first state in the nation to file a so-called "patent troll" lawsuit, taking action Wednesday against a company that has written to a number of businesses claiming patents to technology that attaches scanned documents to e-mails over company computer networks.
An often-overlooked issue in contract drafting is whether to include a provision giving each party the right to demand adequate assurances of performance in the event the counterparty's performance becomes uncertain.
Today, LL.M. degrees, a.k.a. Masters of Law, or, for the fancy, the Latin name Legum Magister, are offered in a variety of legal specialties ranging from trial advocacy to intellectual property to international law to taxation.
Collaboration appeared to be the best defense to cyberattacks on private enterprises at the Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Legal Officer Summit.
Banks and other large financial institutions are not immune from federal prosecution because of the potential collateral consequences to the economy, a top U.S. Department of Justice official testified on Capitol Hill.
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