InsideCounsel Magazine October 2006
William McKeown finds his calling as the chief legal officer of the Bronx Zoo.
Caregivers file suit over workplace discrimination.
Supreme Court reexamines standards for non-obviousness.
States and cities pressure employers to bar undocumented workers.
Smart companies go online to confront anonymous defamers.
American businesses back House's proposal for CFIUS reform.
New regulations give multinationals guidance on intercompany agreements.
French boat builder designs a sloop that even a landlubber could love.
From The Editor
As a white man, I didn't blend in at last year's Corporate Counsel Women of Color's annual meeting in New York.
Understanding cultural differences is vital to international dealmaking.
Nutraceutical Corp. decided to fight the FDA ban.
Hollywood Entertainment Corp. filed a motion to compel arbitration, claiming Lasunda Bell agreed to arbitration when she applied for the position.
Freddie Mac settled an employee class action agreeing to pay $4.65 million for alleged ERISA violations.
New York State Supreme Court found transgendered people are protected under the same laws that outlaw religious and racial discrimination.
David Phillips filed suit, claiming Fidelity Investment violated the Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990.
As WorldCom employees in California in the late 1990s, Kelly Kearney and Mark Levy received stock options redeemable through the Atlanta office of Salomon Smith Barney. In the course of maintaining their accounts, they had numerous telephone conversations with stockbrokers in that office. Later, Kearney and Levy had a dispute...
Merrill Lynch execs are found not guilty under "honest services" statute.
Joint representation voids BCE's privilege claim.
Age-discrimination verdict overturned in Cooper v. IBM.
Airtight contracts are the key to successful outsourcing agreements.
Under-funding and inexperience at the IRS stall charitable work.
Mike Dillon of Sun Microsystems has made a name as the first GC of a Fortune 500 company to author a blog.
Survey reveals GCs are failing to address diversity.
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