InsideCounsel Magazine March 2009
Law departments tighten up.
Karen Klein guides startup Kayak.com through a merger and wide-ranging legal issues.
Jury clears Chevron of responsibility in Nigerian security operation.
Auctions compete with private sales as the patent market expands.
With planning, companies can avoid cost-cutting pitfalls.
IM, Facebook and Twitter open new areas of discoverable ESI.
Court reinstates a Bush-era air quality rule that it previously found to be fatally flawed.
New protocol eliminates cumbersome withholding tax provisions in U.S.-Canada transactions.
Madoff scandal reveals the continuing risk of falling victim to an age-old swindle.
Politics aside, this Obama-inspired coffee could bring welcome change to your coffee cup.
In-house counsel can overcome the challenges of working for a U.S. subsidiary.
The 3rd Circuit follows the lead of the Supreme Court, establishing a 1-to-1 ratio between compensatory and punitive damages.
Justices tackle the contentious issue of what constitutes a "storm warning."
In Hasan v. Foley & Lardner, a three-judge panel found the facts of the case required closer examination.
A case that will signal how easy it will be for plaintiffs to hold companies civilly responsible in the United States for alleged complicity in human rights and environmental abuses that foreign governments have committed abroad.
New IRS governance questions threaten non-profits' tax exempt status.
Referring corporate misconduct to top management is part of the in-house attorney's job.
Insourcing e-discovery is no one-size-fits-all solution. It requires careful planning and consideration.
From the Publisher
At InsideCounsel, we decided it was time to make a few positive changes, too.
Kayak.com GC discusses the early days of her legal career.
Craig Carpenter, the vice president and general counsel at Recommind, talks more about privacy issues relating to social media.
An extended Q&A with Andrew Frey.
If you are asked to leave, consider trading your severance package for a client service commitment. Our career advice columnist explains.
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