InsideCounsel Magazine September 2010
IATA's new general counsel mixes a passion for flying with a love of the law.
Question raised about whether an arbitrator can enforce an arbitration agreement.
In a long-awaited decision, the Supreme Court says business methods can be patented.
In Quon v. City of Ontario, Supreme Court rules that employer may conduct "reasonable" searches.
North Carolina Bar's attempts to establish an ethical roadmap for attorneys interested in cloud computing services.
Extractive industries must disclose government payments.
U.S. Steel sued for failing to comply with the Investment Canada Act.
White collar crime catchall limited by High Court's decision.
From The Editor
Efficiency is important in all areas of business and this year's IC 10 winners excel at creating it.
As the global economy changes, U.S. lawyers need to give Asia's growth due attention.
The Federal Circuit court rules that, to be liable under the false patent marketing statute, a company must consciously intend to decieve.
Complaints must be part of an "inquiry or proceeding" for whistleblower protection to apply.
Ruling sets a high threshold for employees responsible for investigating and reporting wrongdoings.
Equal Opportunity Harasser Defense is Limited;Insurers Win Credit Rating Battle; FMLA Invalidated if Leave Rejected; EPA Orders Don't Violate Due Process
Disagreeing with the outcome of arbitration is not grounds for courts to overturn an arbitrator's decision.
BASF's David Stryker was honored at the Global Counsel Awards of 2010.
GC career moves.
Public charities aren't required to spend a certain amount of money on charitable activities.
When financial fraud looms, it's time for in-house lawyers to speak up.
Paying It Forward
NBC Universal's pro bono efforts--reaching from coast-to-coast--garner recognition for a dedicated GC.
On June 21, the Supreme Court reached a 5-4 decision in Rent-A-Center, West, Inc. v. Jackson.
North Carolina State Bar follows its 2008 Ethics Committee finding.
Companies must disclose any products or processes that use minerals originating from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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