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Corporate Counsel Practice News
FindLaw's analysis of the Microsoft antitrust case involving its web browser and the larger implications of that case.
Getting a Fix on the Right to Repair: Builders Must Be Careful When Altering SB 800's Pre-Litigation Procedures
FindLaw's legal overview of construction defect litigation, one of the many culprits blamed for the cost and scarcity of new residential housing in California and the lack of affordable construction insurance.
FindLaw's legal primer on the enforcability of conditional payment provisions in construction contracts.
Ensuring Fair Competition When A Former Employee Has No Restrictive Covenants: Common Law Protections for Employers
FindLaw's analysis of how to ensure fair competition when a former employee has no restrictive covenants, including common law protections for employers.
FindLaw's analysis of an Arizona Supreme Court that ruling favors doctors' rights by limiting how broadly non-compete agreements may be written.