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Supreme Court Business Briefing
The U.S. Supreme Court's recent Term yielded a number of cases substantially affecting business. Intellectual property, securities, and environmental law figured prominently. The MoloLamken Supreme Court Business Briefing succinctly explains the impact of those decisions on the litigation landscape and business environment. Read this analysis from one of the Nation's leading litigation boutiques.
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Are you looking to accelerate legal department productivity? You may want to rethink what you mean by "legal productivity." Read More »
A survey report from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer shows that dealmakers are failing to take digital issues into account... Read More »
As the market shifts back toward employees, corporate culture will become even more of a make-or-break factor for companies. Read More »
The jury's still out on the ROI of employee time spent on Twitter and Facebook. Read More »
Companies must be careful to preserve attorney-client privilege rights during internal probes. Read More »
A former Xerox Corp. general counsel was convicted of attempted murder and other charges in connection with the beating... Read More »
2014 Watch: IP Engagement
Increasingly sophisticated IP engagement is the 2014 watchword. This trend is generating more strategic assessments of IP assets and driving in-house counsel demand for firms with expertise and the ability to develop strategies tailored to each IP litigation.This white paper focuses on what some are calling the new 'IP Playbook' taking shape as companies protect their innovation pipelines amidst considerable changes to the patent landscape. Download your copy now! Click here
Changes seek to restore "perception of fairness" in the wake of allegations made in "Flash Boys." Read More »
Plaintiffs in a proposed securities class action against Chesapeake Energy Corp. failed to show at the complaint stage... Read More »
It's unclear if state House of Representatives members will return to Harrisburg before the scheduled date of Sept.... Read More »