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Coming up in February

A peek into InsideCounsel's February issue


Cover Story

In InsideCounsel’s annual Compensation Report, legal career experts discuss the in-house salary outlook, bonuses, long-term incentives and other compensation trends. Read last year’s Compensation Report.


Feature Story

Executive coaching can be an effective way to help in-house counsel develop the skills and mental fortitude needed to meet their professional goals. InsideCounsel talks to the coaches as well as the general counsel who have undergone coaching to explore its benefits, and offer suggestions on how corporate legal professionals can succeed.

NLRBBallots sorted during elections / Photo from National Labor Relations Board


The NLRB’s “Quickie Election” rule will drastically shorten union representation elections. The revision is disconcerting to employers because the shorter cycle could make it more likely that unions will win elections.



Experts offer up the pros and cons of using bellwether cases to predict future litigation trends.

Pas Chanel


A recent decision concerning counterfeit Chanel merchandise highlights a powerful new tool that IP owners can use against websites that traffic in infringing material.



A new online tool will allow legal departments to review codes of conduct and policies from some of the country’s largest companies.

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