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  • From Deputy GC to NHL Commish? It Could Happen

    Jessica Berman, deputy general counsel of the National Hockey League, might just become the first female commissioner of a men���s professional sports league���at least one media outlet says so.

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  • Do You Really Know Good Legal Talent When You See It?

    A consultant says many general counsel don't really know how to recruit good lawyers. Hint: It takes more than a decent interview.

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  • Keep Workplace Political Discussions Civil���or Face Lawsuits

    In-house counsel need to keep in mind that although the methods they use to quell potential conflicts have to be compliant with the law, the solution may be more about building a culture of civility than about promulgating rules.

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  • Who's Subject to the SEC's Pay Rule, and How to Comply

    The rule may seen expansive and intrusive. But every company isn't bound by it.

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  • Kanye for Prez? The Real VMA News Is the Outfits' IP

    The fabric pattern can be copyrighted. But what about the cut and drape, such as it is, of Miley Cyrus' outfits?

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  • Outside Counsel: You Have the Need to Remain Silent

    We're used to overhearing strangers' conversations. But what if those strangers are lawyers talking about your case?

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  • Landlords: Be Flexible in Lease Terms, or Pay Up

    Attention landlords: it may pay to study the case of the White Flint Mall and its redevelopment plan.

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  • Rehearse Now for Cyberattacks and Be Ready for the Real Thing

    Playacting isn't just for the human resources department anymore.

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  • Despite Prosecutions, Corruption Levels Stay the Course

    Prosecutions of corruption are up slightly and fines are increasing. One might expect that corruption levels would decrease, but they have not. Why hasn't it happened?

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  • Big Bank Update: Fined, But It's Business as Usual

    The institutions have paid billions in penalties. Critics wonder if the levies will set them straight.

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