InsideCounsel Magazine December 2009
The Year in Review
NPR's general counsel finds her reward in upholding the First Amendment.
As litigation activity rises, some U.S. hedge funds are investing in corporate lawsuits.
Reversing the award in Lucent v. Gateway, the Federal Circuit raises the standard for patent damages.
Obesity epidemic raises both workers comp and ADA litigation risks for employers.
Courts impose sanctions for failure to disclose discoverable data.
After a February satellite collision, international agencies zero in on the dangers of man-made orbital debris.
Decision sheds light on EU requirement for pre-layoff union consultation.
U.S. v. Ruehle underscores the inherent tension of internal investigations.
Columbia Sportswear's Clinton Street jacket is perfect for changing climes.
From The Editor
Try to celebrate even the challenges of the past year for having made our lives and work more interesting.
With electronic communication such a regular part of our lives, it can be easy to forget the basics.
Decision boosts movement against mandatory arbitration.
Court says protection starts before employee takes leave.
9th Circuit says employee had company authorization to e-mail information to himself.
Non-profits' mission-driven approach is no panacea for corporate greed.
Diversity extends far beyond issues of black and white.
Tiny pieces of hard-to-track debris create a risk-filled space environment.
Smart phones make it tough for employers to keep track of data.
New York case raises issues of champerty in the context of the assignment of claims in connection with the distressed debt and secondary loan market.
Access to budget friendly top-of-class talent is one of several reasons for reconsidering old school thinking on hiring straight out of law school.
The Arizona Supreme Court ruled in late October that a governmental authority receiving a request for public records must produce the metadata as well as the native electronic files.
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