InsideCounsel Magazine November 2009
Employers struggle to draw the line between snooping and protecting their business.
Dan Lee blends business and law at the top of Caribou Coffee's legal team.
Ruling on IRS summons for sensitive tax documents could have broader implications for privilege.
Inequitable conduct ruling may alter the patent infringement litigation landscape.
Compliance laws can cloud the benefit of hiring temporary workers.
Insourcing can save money on e-discovery--as long as it's done right.
Data center power consumption has doubled since 2000-- and environmentalists are taking notice.
ECJ lowers the bar to finding a concerted practice is anti-competitive, putting risk in information-sharing.
DOJ sends a message on health care fraud with record $2.3 billion Pfizer settlement.
Convert to Touch Duo is an affordable stand-in for a tablet PC--but won't replace the real thing.
From The Editor
Focusing on the good things that have happened in your life will go a long way toward keeping your spirits up as the season of cheer approaches.
Keeping counsel engaged and the legal department running efficiently is key in the current climate.
Attorney-client privilege doesn't bar SOX claims.
Gay man's stereotyping claims go forward.
Outdated skills grounds for termination, regardless of age.
Potential future injury not a sufficient claim.
Proposals in health care bill send non-profits scrambling.
A practical approach to attorney-client privilege supports in-house counsel who pursue SOX whistleblower claims.
In light of Textron, some companies might want to reevaluate their tax accrual workpaper policies.
In-house counsel have another long-term option to reduce e-discovery-related costs: adopting stronger corporate data retention policies.
While employers may want to find out whether sick employees have swine flu symptoms, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and state laws limit the medical information employers can seek from employees.
Going beyond directory listings to the brave new world of thought leadership, Mike explores the career-development possibilities of Web 2.0.
In-house counsel shift to consolidate practice areas.
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