InsideCounsel Magazine July 2009
Employers seek solutions to immigration impasse.
Reports from the premier conference for the in-house bar.
Tracy-Elizabeth Clay leads Teach for America's legal team during years of massive growth.
Defense bar fears a flood of False Claims Act litigation.
Court overturns Section 104A of Copyright Act on First Amendment grounds.
EEOC best practices provide employers with a road map to avoid caregiver pitfalls.
Even accidentally unlicensed computer software leads to costly penalties.
Harvard law professor takes over as regulatory czar.
The product safety measures Canada introduced in 2007 may finally take effect.
Dramatic turns lead to unexpected victory in W.R. Grace environmental crimes trial.
The ASUS 1000HE netbook keeps computing pint-sized and spiffy.
From The Editor
Staying busy and doing our jobs well will allow all of us to feel good about what we're doing and want to continue doing it.
Legal departments should create an environment of dialogue.
Judge slams decentralized management of records.
Any supervisor, not only a direct supervisor, can create harassment liability.
No invasion of privacy for Web writings, court says.
IRS's determination of "subversive" organizations may be un-American.
Education and discussion are essential to operating an ethically sound legal department.
The Duty to Preserve, Collect, and Procuce Electronically Stored Information Held by Third Parties
The Department of Homeland Security announced April 30 that it is shifting the focus of its worksite enforcement strategy to target employers that hire undocumented workers.
Certain aspects of the recession make companies especially vulnerable to False Claims Act litigation.
Interviewing is a competitive sport. Mike wants you to finish first.
The False Claims Act's qui tam provision is a powerful tool for both whistleblowers and the government.
Judge Donald Molloy deals a blow to prosecutors in W.R. Grace asbestos case.
Strategies for creating a high-quality software asset management program.
Financial scrutiny may be on Cass Sunstein's to-do list as the new head of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
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