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
    • The Estimation of Construction Contract Liquidated Damages
      There are few businesses for which the saying "time is money" is more appropriate than the construction industry. Construction contracting is extremely time sensitive. Owners lose opportunity and profits waiting for completion of late projects ...

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    • Patent Law You Can Use, Part 3
      Abstract - Tension frequently exists between the options of keeping an invention a trade secret or filing a patent application which discloses the invention. Using a trade secret may eliminate any possibility of ever being able to patent an ...

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    • Addicted Attorneys and Potential Disciplinary Actions
      Roughly 15 percent of Florida Bar members will develop a problem with alcohol or drugs during their career. That translates to almost 10,000 lawyers at risk. problems facing society today is addiction.1 It is a problem that has permeated every level ...

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    • ADA Issues Affecting Retailers
      The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 was enacted to recognize and protect the civil rights of people with disabilities. Title III of the ADA addresses physical access for the disabled to commercial facilities and places of public ...

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    • Preventing Lawsuits for Wrongful Termination
      Persons whose employment status is "at-will" and who: are not covered by an anti-discrimination statute; do not have an oral, written, expressed or implied contract; have not been terminated in violation of public policy; or were not terminated in ...

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