Corporate Counsel

When you work on legal issues for a company, either in-house or as outside counsel, you quickly learn that there’s a lot of ground to cover. From employment, operations, bylaws, litigation, to substantive issues, corporate counsel must be prepared for it all. FindLaw’s Corporate Counsel Center is here to help, with legal articles and news on topics that will help you support your business: Intellectual Property, Human Resources, Business Operations, Finance, Corporate Governance, and Litigation & Disputes. Our Law Library provides a collection of articles written by legal professionals for businesses about many different areas of substantive law. We also provide free access to a large archive of sample contracts from public companies spanning a wide variety of practice areas.

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Corporate Counsel Articles
    • Labor & Employment Update: April 1998
      In this issue: For Purposes Of Strict Liability Under The FEHAA California court of appeal has provided a broad definition of who is a "supervisor" in a case for sexual harassment brought under the Fair Employment and Housing Act. In Lai v ...

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    • Changes to Oil & Gas Laws and Regulations in Canada
      In this overview of recent significant regulatory developments in the oil and gas sector, the scope is limited to decisions and policy changes of the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (the "Board") and judicial appeals and consideration of same ...

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    • Service of Legal Documents Abroad
      DISCLAIMER: THE INFORMATION IN THIS CIRCULAR RELATING TO THE LEGAL REQUIREMENTS OF SPECIFIC FOREIGN COUNTRIES IS PROVIDED FOR GENERAL INFORMATION ONLY AND MAY NOT BE TOTALLY ACCURATE IN A PARTICULAR CASE. QUESTIONS INVOLVING INTERPRETATION OF ...

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    • Criminal Controversies: Sentencing Guidelines Update
      1. ADJUSTMENTS a. Acceptance of Responsibility - 3E1.1 i. District Court's Untimely Decision of a Motion to Suppress Is a Defendant's Bad Luck for the Third Point Reduction. United States v. Gilbert, 138 F.3d 1371 (11th Cir. 1998). 3E1.1(b) allows a ...

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    • Ethical Dilemmas of Representing a Suspected and/or Confirmed Liar
      K. Rectifiable FraudBack When faced with a first-party claim that is suspected of being fraudulent, an insurer will typically undertake an investigation by demanding from the insured certain documents, records, and any material in support of the ...

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