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Articles from InsideCounsel (December 1, 2011)

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A look back at 2011. Feinstein, Danielle; Flahardy, Catheleen; Post, Ashley; Swanton, Mary; Vorro, Alex 6976
Business pressures put the onus on operations. Cambria, David 391
Case reversed due to lack of substantial cause. Vorro, Alex 179
Champion of change. Li, Shirley 229
Companies must remain vigilant in registering copyrights. Vorro, Alex 198
Company can't invoke noncontractual indemnity for breach of warranty. Feinstein, Danielle; Post, Ashley 909
Court protects benefits for state workers' partners. Swanton, Mary 1044
Credit collusion. Vorro, Alex 221
Customer counsel: legal departments can help shape companies' complaint processes and limit the pain of unsatisfied customers. Block, Janice 596
Dukes redux: the stories InsideCounsel covers often continue developing long after we write about them. Here are the latest updates. Vorro, Alex 176
Exploring the e-billing edge with Bridgeway Software. Interview 297
Going deeper: lawyers need to reach further into the pipeline to help shape the future of the legal profession. Lewis, John, Jr. 640
Hard cell: European Court of Justice ruling is a blow to stem cell researchers and the companies that fund them. Maleske, Melissa 1265
Hard numbers: in-house counsel find it challenging to connect crime to the bottom line. Andersen, Steven 1247
Heavy metals: Dodd-Frank's provisions addressing conflict minerals present a complex, costly challenge to companies. Maleske, Melissa 1293
Intern intrigue: "Black Swan" unpaid employees take center stage with a class action wage and hour lawsuit. Swanton, Mary 1273
Major mistake: a woman becomes pregnant following a drug company's birth control packaging glitch. Post, Ashley 1519
Managing change: strategic insight from Huron Legal. 347
Model order casts a net over patent e-discovery fishing expeditions. Kozubek, Michael 975
Name changer: new domain name system could change the way companies and consumers use the Internet. Seidenberg, Steven 1281
Optimistic outlook. Li, Shirley 165
Personal Touch: Bristol-Meyers Squibb GC Sandra Leung forms connections within her legal department. Post, Ashley Interview 1118
Plaintiff can pursue age-based hostile work environment claim. Vorro, Alex 186
Playing the hand they're dealt: lean times are testing law department operations managers, forcing them into tough trade-offs and out-of-the-box strategies, latest survey findings show. 2140
Proselytizing change: TV comic uses PACs to highlight abuses of non-profit law. Collins, Bruce D. 631
Results of the Fourth Annual Law Department Operations Survey are based on responses from large U.S. companies. 197
Strange suits: the following lawsuits exemplify the lighter, and sometimes bizarre, side of the corporate legal world. Post, Ashley 248
Substantial settlement. Post, Ashley 216
Surprising sentence. Flahardy, Cathleen 202
Tabbed for greatness: tablet computers are terrific personal toys, but it remains to be seen if they can triumph in legal departments. Vorro, Alex 1173
Tech trendspotting with Mitratech. 327
Torture victims can't sue chemical manufacturer. Vorro, Alex 175
Triple threat: 3M teams up with a law firm and legal aid group to help immigrants. Feinstein, Danielle; Post, Ashley 496
Year in review. Flahardy, Cathleen 370

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