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The five verdicts of 2005 that are reshaping corporate defense strategies.
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A compromise is brewing on Capitol Hill that would recast the U.S. patent system. Will it make any difference -- for better or worse?
The political winds have shifted in the global warming debate. The main questions now are how, when and what will it cost?
Cheap labor is appealing. But high-quality cheap labor is irresistible. When the in-house bar caught wind of General Electric's 2001 cost-saving strategy to open legal departments in India for GE Plastics and GE Consumer Finance, a light bulb appeared above the head of every general counsel in corporate America as...
Blended Hourly Rates See A Resurgence
Internationalization, hedge funds and shareholder power are reshaping capital markets. Smart companies are reinforcing their financial strategies.
An in-depth overview of compensation trends in the in-house legal market.
When he joined Pfizer in 2001, Jeff Kindler sat down with leaders in the legal department to inform them diversity was one of his top priorities. He and his team then went to work, building one of the most innovative legal diversity programs in the country.
For years in-house lawyers have complained about the burden of e-discovery and how plaintiffs are using it as a weapon. But as CLT discovered, judges don't want to hear it.
Plaintiffs' Lawyers Seek Mass Action, Not Class Action, To Push Large Personal Injury Cases