InsideCounsel Magazine September 2009
The 2009 IC-10 create winning solutions.
Debra Kuper leads AGCO's international legal team through years of major growth.
The Chrysler and GM bankruptcies highlight the dominance and evolution of 363 sales.
Social media pose trademark threats for companies.
ADEA plaintiffs must prove age was the sole reason for an adverse employment decision.
Zombie Attack: Hackers use denial of service attacks to take down Web sites and drag unsuspecting companies into their crimes.
Hackers take down Web sites and drag unsuspecting companies into their crimes.
Compensation policies that encouraged excessive corporate risk-taking now face reform.
Proposed Canadian anti-spam bill goes beyond its U.S. equivalent.
The bailout spigot has increased the risk of corruption in the construction industry.
Omega's new Constellation makes a strong, yet minimalist, fashion statement.
From The Editor
Creative Thinking: Managing a legal department requires patience, understanding and the ability to think outside the box
Managing a legal department requires patience, understanding and the ability to think outside the box.
Now more than ever, GCs should serve as advocates for good corporate governance.
Ninth Circuit deals a blow to cell phone spammers.
E-mailing an attorney from work does not waive privilege.
Ballot language invalidates new city ordinance.
Whistleblowers must believe they are reporting a crime.
Politicians and others practice corruption in the name of charity.
Rules of the Road: With a solid foundation in place, a durable culture of ethics and compliance will flourish
With a solid foundation in place, a durable culture of ethics and compliance will flourish.
What should a company do?
The end result of an older workforce may well be an escalation in age discrimination complaints.
Change strategies to consider in addressing retention issues
Cyber-attacks threaten not only businesses, but also critical infrastructure.
In late July, a House Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law held a third hearing on ramifications of the auto industry bankruptcies.
For the ASAP corporate cultures of 2009, don't look to Emily Post for guidance on thank you notes. Just read this column.
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