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.
Corporate Counsel Practice News
FindLaw's review of Arizona's "Lautenberg Amendment" styled laws that restrict the gun rights of those convicted of domestic violence, yet also provide a mechanism for rehabilitation.
Hague Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extra-Judicial Documents in Civil and Commercial Matters
FindLaw's discussion of the procedure for international service of process under international treaty law.
FindLaw's discussion of legal issues arising in the aftermath of Wells v. Commissioner which held that family support under California law is not considered alimony for purposes of the Internal Revenue Code.
FindLaw's review of the parental relocation requirements under Michigan law, an issue that typically surfaces during periods of economic decline when one or both parent seeks employement out of state.
Can an Employer Monitor the Telephone Calls of an Employee Who the Employer Believes is Revealing Confidential Company Trade Secrets?
FindLaw's discussion of the extent to which employers may legally monitor employees in an effort to protect trade secrets.