InsideCounsel Magazine November 2010
InsideCounsel reports on nine cases on the docket this term experts expect to make waves in the business world.
After heading the FTC, one CLO makes herself in home at the top legal spot at P&G.
An appeals court ruling may change future ATS litigation concerning human rights violations.
The statute allows any person to sue to protect the government, but complaints must meet heightened pleading standard for fraud.
Under new DOL rules, companies must post notices that inform employees of their rights to organize.
Private, shared web sites improve communication between law departments and law firms.
Companies must use environmentally friendly chemicals and processes under a proposed California regulation.
A European court's decision could affect conduct in other industries that involve patents.
Laws cut down on cartels and increase antitrust criminal penalties.
From The Editor
Three examples illustrate in-house counsel's responsiblity to keep bad behvaior in check.
Both students and legal departments can benefit from engaging internship programs.
A drafting error in a retirement document altered intended A times B formula to read A times B times B.
A 2nd Circuit panel decided not to reconsider en banc an April ruling that "pay-to-delay" payments are perfectly legal.
Court rules that the totality of circumstances should be considered before excluding "stray remarks."
Following order to review by the Supreme Court, the 11th Circuit reversed a jury verdict in Ash v. Tyson a second time.
Court Denies Overtime Claim; Heightened FMLA Reporting Rules Rejected; Well-Meaning Acts Can Violate PDA; Company Liable For Predecessors' $8 Million Suit
Exelon GC William Von Hoene honored by Jewish Council on Urban Affairs.
GC career moves.
Social media and the Internet may require changes to legal definitions.
Five questions may help assess a company's ethical values during the interview process.
Paying It Forward
Ford's Companywide Accelerated Action Days provide a focus for pro bono efforts.
Extranets have features that boost data security.
Protecting Older Workers Against Discrimination Act would shift burden of proof back to employers in age discrimination cases.
Employers encounter hurdles as they navigate the new health care law.
Many believe the NLRB will implement much of the Employee Free Choice Act through regulation.
Online exclusive: extended version of the interview with Deborah Platt Majoras from the November 2010 issue of InsideCounsel.
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