InsideCounsel Magazine January 2009
As companies reel from the recession, legal departments consider outsourcing to cut costs.
Vivian Tseng finds a juicy career, as well as work-life balance, as the top legal executive of Welch's.
Decision limits affirmative defenses under the FCPA.
Egyptian Goddess clears the way for design patentees to enforce their rights in court.
New law requires coverage of mental and physical illnesses on an equal basis.
International companies face e-discovery challenges with multilingual data.
FASB's proposed standards for reporting loss contingencies have GCs up in arms.
U.S.-style corporate governance is becoming the norm for Japanese business.
In-house counsel play corporate cops in detecting and deterring corruption.
The Nikon D90 makes a valiant effort at video recording and takes great pictures too.
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U.S. lawyers should appreciate our healthy judiciary but address problems as they arise.
Ruling drastically expands hazardous materials liability.
In September the 7th Circuit held that class recovery is never available for TILA rescission claims.
In October the state supreme court ruled that the nation's first medical criteria law could be applied to suits filed before the bill's passage.
In late October, the Florida Supreme Court ruled 4-1 that false light isn't a legitimate cause of action.
Take risks or keep your head down? Our career advice columnist offers strategies for advancing in recessionary conditions.
Corporate executives now face the salary scrutiny non-profits have always known.
Understanding the GC-management team relationship is critical to an ethical legal department.
On Sept. 19, 2008, Federal Rule of Evidence 502 passed into law with the goal of establishing uniform, nationwide standards addressing the waiver of attorney-client privilege and work product protection.
Expanded and additional compensation results from Hildebrandt's 2008 Law Department Survey.
Vivian Tseng, GC of Welch's and CLO of the National Grape Cooperative Inc., talks more about paving her path as a successful in-house lawyer while maintaining a work-life balance.
The seeds of corporate governance reform in Japan go back to the country's bank crisis of the 1990s.
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