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10 Editor’s Note 12 Contributors In The News 15 -Teflon Counsel At companies plagued by accounting scandals, just about every top executive has gotten tarred-except the GC. 16 -Caught In The Reform Storm A landmark new federal law regulates attorney ethics. -One Year Later:The Legal Impact of 9/11 18 -Wall Street’s Marching Orders The Treasury Department finally gives banks the details on how they should fight terrorism. 20 -Sweet Charity’s Challenges GCs at leading charities explain how they grappled with 9/11′s legal tussles. 22-Ramping Up For Rebuilding The general counsel for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation prepares for battle. Deals & Suits 29 -Wheeling, Dealing, And Suing Univision eyes Hispanic Broadcasting; South African Breweries grabs a Miller; Baxter Healthcare isn’t allergic to latex litigation. on the job 41-Moves An ex-GC continues his sporting life at Sidley Austin; an entertainment lawyer joins the Teletubbies; a Scotsman hitches up with Fleetwood; an IT GC moves to Venable Baetjer. 41-Profile: Softening A Tech Giant Brad Smith of Microsoft. 46 -In-House Tech: Packing It In LawPack, the killer app for many big legal departments, is slated for obsolescence. By Carlyn Kolker D.C. WATCH 53 -Around Town: Prosecuting CEOs Chief executives are the targets of the moment, but convicting them won’t be easy. 56 -Lobby Log Who’s paying whom to say what? Cover 58 -Pain Relief What’s Purdue Pharma’s Rx for OxyContin liability? The GC says: Listen to regulators, lobby state officials, and take no prisoners when it comes to defending lawsuits. By Krysten Crawford SPECIAL REPORT: CORPORATE CRACKDOWN 64 -Common Sense For Uncommon Times Three experts offer in-house lawyers advice on interpreting the new corporate reforms. By Margery Gordon 71 -In-House Inferno At what point should a junior in-house lawyer break ranks and become a whistle-blower? By Michael S. Ross 75 -When The Bell Tolls Let’s hope that your corporation never faces a government inquiry, but here’s what to do just in case. By Lawrence Byrne MARKET REPORT: SPAIN 79The New El Dorado 80 -The American Conquistadors Spain’s burgeoning upper class and booming economy mean muchos opportunities for savvy U.S. businesses. By Sharon Reier 85 -Opinion: The New World In today’s Spain, the latest American consumer goods intersect with traditional Latin culture. By Mar�a Gracia Rubio and Jos� Antonio Mor�n Diversions 114- At Ease: Teach Your Children Well Industry GCs talk about the challenges facing public education. By Jonathan E. Kaplan 131- Book Review: Austin’s Powers The Rise of the Creative Class tracks American cities’ attempts to become the next Silicon Something. By Brian Zabcik In The Law 133- First Amendment Can an ex-Washington Times staffer force the newspaper’s owner, the Unification Church, to divulge its membership? By Jonathan Groner 134 -International Ducking a U.S. subpoena is no longer so easy for those living abroad. By Tom Perrotta 134-Personal Property A socialite’s insurer sues an airline and its security subcontractor for the loss of $600,000 worth of jewelry. By David horrigan Index 184 -The companies, law firms, associations, and government agencies named in this issue. Outbox 186- Play That Funky Music The summer’s top hits can teach in-house lawyers a thing or two. By Alec Foege

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