Do you think communications between law firms and their in-house counsel should be protected by attorney-client privilege?
How do you and your company deal with the attorney general's office in your state?
Should more corporate lawyers speak out against corporate crime?
Should in-house counsel who are bar members in other states have to register with another state bar when they move to a new company?
Should in-house counsel review executive compensation?
How do you use social media? Are you in "listen-only" mode while online?
Do you think Rutgers handled the situation with its general counsel properly?
What are deal-breakers for your legal department when seeking outside counsel?
The legal world has been abuzz about the public release of emails between DLA Piper attorneys encouraging each other to jack up clients' bills.
What do you think the differences would be between working as a GC in a start-up tech company as opposed to a GC at an older, established company or a lawyer at a law firm?
What factors do you think are most important in a successful patent case mediation?
Do you think a company's general counsel should also be its compliance officer?