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In-House Interrogatory

This week it is all about Facebook and Twitter, even for general counsels. Asked: Our weekly question to the In-House community National Labor Relations Board Acting General Counsel Lafe E. Solomon issued his latest report on employee social media use ...

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In-House Interrogatory

Today we are taking a look at in-house attorneys and pro bono work. Asked: Our weekly question to the In-House community More corporate legal departments are emphasizing pro bono work by instituting more structured pro bono programs and backing them ...

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W. Lawrence Wescott II: Predictive coding in electronic discovery

To many lawyers, the entire electronic discovery process is inimical to Federal Rule 1, that the federal rules “should be construed and administered to secure the just, speedy, and inexpensive determination of every action and proceeding.” When confronted with thousands ...

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E-billing helps corporate counsel track spending on outside law firms

In-house counsel have never had an easier time comparing the hourly and package rates of their outside attorneys — that is, if they’re using electronic billing to track and review costs. Electronic billing, known in the industry as e-billing, has ...

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Outside Counsel – 9/29/11: Maricom Systems acquired by CSC

Colfax to buy Charter International in $2.4B deal (AP) Fulton-based pump and valve maker Colfax Corp. said it will buy Charter International PLC, which owns two engineering businesses, in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $2.4 billion. Colfax said it has ...

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J. McIntyre Machinery: An important case for corporate counsel

Near the end of its last term, the U.S. Supreme Court decided its first “minimum contacts” case in 24 years. The case, argued successfully by a Baltimore-based lawyer, is a powerful shield in the service of corporate defendants within the ...

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