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Articles from InsideCounsel (December 29, 2011)

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ADA doesn't require employers to offer "preferable" shifts. Vorro, Alex 189
Banner year. Vorro, Alex 216
Casing the joint: English Administrative Court provides clarity to determine when joint interest privilege exists. Maleske, Melissa 1243
Constitutional claims. Li, Shirley 228
Contractual language cannot compel court to grant equitable relief. Vorro, Alex 155
Counterfeit crackdown. Flahardy, Cathleen 195
Court throws out FCC's indecency fine against CBS again. Post, Ashley 1028
Cover up: Penn State scandal shows the perils of not reporting employee misdeeds. Andersen, Steven 1245
Divided panel overturns award to worker who claimed retaliation. Swanton, Mary 1004
Dodgy Doug. Post, Ashley 172
Dribblers' deal. Beck, Julie 291
Food labeling requirements result in dismissal of consumer fraud suit. Kozubek, Michael 995
GC appointments. 346
Going the distance: pursuing international trade secret cases requires preparedness and perseverance. Post, Ashley 1515
Health care goes higher: the stories insidecounsel covers often continue developing long after we write about them. Here are the latest updates. Beck, Julie 162
Information: implementing governance. 1246
It's war: as lines shift, IP becomes a global battlefield. Andersen, Steven 3375
Law firm news. 116
Life's a breach: with its guidance on cybersecurity disclosures, the SEC may be setting the stage for future enforcement actions. Maleske, Melissa 1179
MADD's message. Flahardy, Cathleen 421
Negotiation ethics: without a clear line between "puffing" and misrepresentation, in-house counsel may unknowingly break the law. Martin, Brian 661
One size fits one: to protect and serve their clients, in-house counsel must tailor their work. Kaplan, Stephen 645
Other in-house moves. 154
Privacy predicament: collecting data from non-U.S. countries can present precarious problems for legal departments. Vorro, Alex 1186
Probable cause kills malicious prosecution claim. Vorro, Alex 211
Protected theft: whistleblowers who steal confidential information may be protected by SOX, ARB finds. Swanton, Mary 1199
Rogue revolt: two congressional bills could give trademark owners new tools to shut down websites that violate IP rights. Seidenberg, Steven 1268
Ruling may advance class action data breach claims. Vorro, Alex 170
SOX unraveled: 8 ways the Sarbanes-Oxley act of 2002 changed corporate governance. Maleske, Melissa 2721
Special counsel: as the CLO of mothers against drunk driving, John Ansbach finds reward in challenging work. Flahardy, Cathleen Interview 1166
Stuck in a rut: IRS's inaction on granting tax exemption status has non-profit news organizations worried. Collins, Bruce D. 650

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