InsideCounsel Magazine May 2006
European in-house counsel find fault in international commercial arbitrations.
Church's Chicken lands adventure seeking GC.
Patent trolls set their sights on the pharmaceutical industry.
Companies pay the price for installing unlicensed programs.
Plaintiffs' attorneys cash in on wage and hour suits by targeting vulnerable companies.
Software vendors introduce solutions for compliance with new OFCCP guidelines.
Price-gouging laws pose increasing legal risks for corporations.
Europe's antitrust investigators take issue with copyright collectives.
BOJ's corkscrew lets you open a bottle of wine like a pro.
From The Editor
In-house counsel need to adapt to shifting business, media and technology trends.
The Alabama Supreme Court rejected an appeal to throw out a $600 million lawsuit against a group of video game makers and sellers responsible for the popular "Grand Theft Auto" series that blames the game for three murders.
Johnson & Johnson filed suit March 17 against Qualis Inc. for allegedly infringing its trademark and patent for its popular K-Y warming lubricant product.
A suit filed against Pfizer claims the company's off-label promotion of its drug Lipitor caused them to pay billions of dollars in unwarranted prescriptions.
A class action proved to be a less profitable deal than Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro had bargained for, resulting in a $10.8 million jury verdict against the firm.
When Noreen Hulteen took pregnancy leave, it reduced the amount of service credit toward her pension and related benefits decreasing the amount she collected in pension payments.
Suspicious that Jacob Citrin was misappropriating IAC's proprietary information in his new venture, IAC filed suit against him in 2003 alleging a breach of contract.
After losing more than $12 million in a two-year gambling spree, Max Wells filed suit against several Las Vegas casinos and GlaxoSmithKline.
DannyLee Mitchell filed suit against Axcan claiming she was fired because she began to present as a female.
The inconsistent testimony of a California inventor played into a federal judge's decision to reject Sony Corp.'s appeal to overturn a $90.7 million jury verdict.
Law firm refugees take shelter in the non-profit sector.
In an 8th Circuit employment discrimination case against Wal-Mart, the court upheld summary judgment for the retail behemoth despite a manager's egregious behavior.
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