InsideCounsel Magazine February 2009
In a gloomy job market, taking control of your career can make all the difference. InsideCounsel asked in-house lawyers and career experts to share their most valued tips.
Despite corporate fiscal difficulties, Midway Games' GC takes charge of her team.
California decision on generic drug liability upends 14 years of precedent.
Federal Circuit decision limits patents on business methods.
Employers step up information campaigns fearing EFCA will become law.
New Rule 502 mitigates the risk of inadvertent e-discovery disclosures.
Treasury Department issues final regulations--with some unexpected changes.
Statute allows courts to restructure Canadian economy after the ABCP market collapse.
Regardless of guilt, an indicted GC is likely out of a job.
The Sony HDR-SR12 high-def Handycam gives recording home video a whole new meaning.
From The Editor
Whether it's focusing on building a stronger legal department or making a move to advance your career, now may be a good time to put into action some of the things you want to accomplish going forward. And InsideCounsel can help.
In-house counsel should be prepared to manage their legal departments through an economic downturn.
Employers alleged to have schemed with their insurance carriers and/or physicians to deny workers compensation can now be sued under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.
Until recently, trying to sell a new drug did not also require expertise in First Amendment free-speech law.
A 9th Circuit panel ruled that California employers must treat out-of-state employees temporarily working in California according to California's labor law.
Vision Service Plan v. U.S. may answer the question: What is charity?
The 2008 election sets an example for diversity in corporate America.
Ensuring your documents don't reveal more than you intend.
Most inside counsel are being asked to do more with fewer resources. Our career advice columnist offers alternatives.
In-house attorney supports program to help urban teens build skills through debate.
Even a brief review of CFIUS-related cases in the past few years demonstrates the broad ambit of transactions that can invoke national security in the agency's eyes.
More about Rule 502 in different jurisdictions.
More from Midway Games GC Debbie Fulton.
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