InsideCounsel Magazine October 2010
Veterans of corporate image battles share proactive steps to mitigate damage in advance of a crisis.
Madeleine Johnson landed the job of her dreams as GC of Southwest Airlines.
Delaware court's approval of Barnes & Noble's shareholder rights plan provides guidance to boards.
Federal court rulings may hinder copyright owners' ability to sue infringers.
New law ups the rewards for whistleblowing.
The use of contract lifestyle management software is growing.
A joint proposal from two major players pushes the net neutrality discussion further into the spotlight.
GlaxoSmithKline decision establishes that courts determining appropriate transfer prices must consider business realities.
Big Pharma's FCPA troubles may continue for years to come.
From The Editor
Having a plan is important, even if things go differently than expected.
In-house counsel must balance responsibility to many parties.
3rd Circuit applies the "substantial threat" test to trade secret case.
Faced with overwhelming foreclosures, the city of Cleveland took on lenders in court, but the 6th Circuit panel rejected the city's claims.
The 11th Circuit ruled that it lacked jurisdiction in Cappuccitti v. DirecTV, Inc.
Georgia Pacific Paper Towel Litigation Remanded; Patient-Preference Law Creates Hostile Environment; Court Rules on Contingency Fees for Public Claims; Interference Enough for FMLA Claim to Proceed
GC career moves.
Blame today's bad economy for the importance placed on protecting your board of directors.
In-house counsel should build a pipeline for diversity by creating opportunites for young students.
Paying It Forward
GE works closely with the organization, which is focused on in-house pro bono.
Brazil's relationship with fellow BRIC country China is blossoming.
Brazil does not allow foreign firms to acquire Brazilian firms, instead opting for "strategic alliances."
Former AIG and MCI/WorldCom general counsel says advance preparation is key to mitigating the damage.
Online exclusive: extended version of the interview with Madeleine Johnson from the October 2010 issue of InsideCounsel.
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