InsideCounsel Magazine November 2007
Despite some judicial interference, arbitration helps companies avoid India's black-hole courts.
In a legal system undergoing rapid and massive change, Indian counsel can help clear the hurdles.
Despite bureaucratic and practical challenges, India's growth potential attracts a swarm of M&As.
India's widespread piracy problems put American companies at risk.
Multinational employers fight over top talent in India's mobile work force.
Callaway Golf's general counsel takes the competition into the courtroom.
Doctor links microwave popcorn to consumer's lung disease.
Business and labor unite to fight new Social Security "no-match" rule.
Registered e-mail authenticates messages produced during discovery.
Congress takes steps to restrict mandatory arbitration clauses in consumer contracts.
Europe's in-house lawyers lose battle for attorney-client protection.
From The Editor
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H-1B visa holders suffer by not receiving the prevailing wage.
Thomas Coughlin feared a stiff penalty for defrauding Wal-Mart, but he didn't expect a death sentence.
When an attorney engages in misconduct, a case can falter. When the misconduct is particularly egregious, a case can collapse, and Wade v. Soo Line Railroad is an extreme instance of this: a weak argument compounded and doomed by the reckless actions of a plaintiff's lawyer.
The $500 billion distressed debt market in the U.S., which badly needs a break in the wake of the subprime mortgage credit crunch, caught one recently when U.S. District Judge Shira Scheindlin overturned a bankruptcy court decision in an Enron Chapter 11 case.
When it comes to labor and employment law, California may as well be its own country. The intricacies of the Golden State's worker-protection laws--from strictly enforced lunch and break periods to mandatory harassment training for all managers--are well documented.
You don't have to work for a large legal department to further the public good.
SPOs encourage investors to focus on public interest.
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