InsideCounsel Magazine June 2012
Takeaway lessons on everything from predictive coding to working with opposing counsel
Reports from the premier conference for the in-house bar
The 3rd annual TLA dinner inspires
From The Editor
Our audience is the same--senior-level corporate in-house counsel
Legal departments can use simple tools to shift the paradigm
Legal department leaders should provide business training to foster growth opportunities
Plaintiffs say provisions requiring lawsuits to be brought in Delaware are unfair, shield directors
Supreme Court decision could have far-reaching effects
Companies should review corporate hospitality policies before London 2012
Top officials and auditors allegedly failed to stop bribery
Agency targets overly broad leave of absence and attendance policies
Education is key in bringing senior lawyers up to speed with new technology and encouraging young lawyers to use it responsibly
Agency cites concerns about drug resistance
Colleen Batcheler discusses the rewards and challenges of working in-house at one of the top U.S. packaged foods companies
9th Circuit rules that workplace computer policy violations are not crimes
5th Circuit deepens circuit split on the breadth of SLUSA's preclusion provision
Dan Brown's thriller does not infringe other author's copyright; Coca-Cola legally purchased plant from exiled Egyptian family; No breach of contract for a voluntary payment of $13.99; Disabled employees not guaranteed new jobs within a company
Organization's research funding saved Bruce Collins' life
Paying It Forward
New eco-minded organization looks to expand its outreach
Older attorneys tend to believe that traditional work processes have more value because they build expertise
The debate over whether the Federal Rules need to include more guidance on e-discovery
Attorneys offer tips on how to keep costs down while ensuring discovery requests are proportional to the costs
Matthew Prewitt discusses issues surrounding the ongoing Kleen Products case and technology-assisted review
Attorneys offer tips on how to work with opposing counsel
3rd Circuit has a conservative view on what e-discovery costs are recoverable
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