InsideCounsel Magazine March 2008
GC wears two hats at controversial lawyer-rating Web site.
English-only rules in the workplace come under scrutiny.
Manufacturers left perplexed about resale agreements in the wake of Leegin.
China's new anti-monopoly legislation raises more questions than it answers.
From The Editor
"Organized by General Counsel for General Counsel ..."
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When Tammy Greer-Burger took her former employer to court for alleged sexual harassment, she probably didn't expect him to counter with a legal punch of ...
Eric Simple, an African-American, worked for several years at a Walgreens store in Normal, Ill., as a management trainee and as an assistant manager. His ...
The Union-Tribune Publishing Co. was facing heat from its union employees back in the fall of 1998. Workers were alleging that the company, which owns ...
Director's oil portrait lands a museum board in hot water.