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1. Former Microsoft Corporation general counsel William Neukom has a new job. Which of the following is not true about him and/or his new position? a) He still wears bow ties. b) He’s only the second former general counsel to head the American Bar Association. c) As a young lawyer, he worked for Bill Gates’s father. d) He appears in Apple Inc.’s newest Mac-versus-PC ads as the Windows-using nerd. 2. United Parcel Service, Inc., gave an interesting assignment to one of its lawyers, Ryan Swift. What’s his new task? a) He’s the newly created “knowledge czar,” in charge of all discovery requests for electronic data. b) Because of his multilingual abilities, he is now regional coordinator for Southeast Asianlegal affairs. c) He is the law department’s new diversity advocate, charged with enforcing the company’s diversity policy in the department and at its outside law firms. d) He has been loaned out to work full-time pro bono for the Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc. 3. The former GC of KLA-Tencor Corporation and Juniper Networks, Inc., has the rare distinction of being . . . a) The first general counsel of both companies. b) The first GC to train for the summer Olympics while she was at both companies. c) The first general counsel who the Securities and Exchange Commission claims fudged stock option grants at two companies. d) The first general counsel to join the space shuttle program. 4. True or false? When asked about the stratospheric hourly rate of $1,000 that some high-powered law firm partners were charging, outgoing Oracle GC Daniel Cooperman boasted to Corporate Counsel that he’s paid more per hour in booming Shanghai. 5. The tech industry has seen a lot of general counsel change jobs lately. Which lawyer and company names most accurately complete the following analogy? ____________ is to ________________ as ________________ is to ___________. a) Marc Chandler . . . IBM Corporation; Robert Weber . . . Cisco Systems, Inc. b) David Drummond . . . Wikipedia Foundation; Mike Godwin . . . Google Inc. c) Donald Rosenberg . . . Apple Inc.; Daniel Cooperman . . . Oracle Corporation d) John Place . . .Yahoo! Inc.; Karen Cottle . . . Adobe Systems Incorporated 6. Howard Udell, the general counsel at Purdue Pharma, was not sentenced to ________for his role in misbranding the painkiller Oxycontin. a) Mandatory drug counseling b) A fine of $8 million c) Four hundred hours of community service d) Three years of probation 7. Randal Milch, Verizon Business general counsel, recently admitted in a letter to federal investigators that . . . a) Verizon Wireless tracks its users’ movements via the GPS function on the cellular phones. b) It released personal data on 3.2 million subscribers when a company laptop was stolen from a rental car in the parking lot of an IHOP in Nutley, New Jersey. c) The company released to government officials information on thousands of subscribers, including phone calls made and sources of payment. d) Verizon Wireless was concerned about the antitrust implications of selling Apple’s iPhone and declined to carry it. 8. In the recent motion picture Michael Clayton, which magazine is featured prominently on George Clooney’s desk? a) BestLife (for men over 40) b) Corporate Counsel c) The New Yorker d) AARP The Magazine Answers: 1-d; 2-d; 3-c; 4-False; he said he’s paid more in London; 5-c; 6-a; 7-c; 8-b

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