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Corporate Law

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Qwest Deliberations Likely Today

Jury deliberations are expected to begin today in the insider trading trial of Joseph P. Nacchio, the former chief executive of Qwest International.

Yesterday, federal prosecutor Colleen Conry said Nacchio…

$100 Million Sanction Sought Against Motorola

The lawyer for a defunct technology company that sued Motorola for stealing trade secrets is seeking a $100 million sanction and $93 million in attorney fees.

The plaintiffs’ lawyer, Willie…

SEC Accuses Two Ex-Enron Lawyers of Securities Violations

Think going in-house means you can kick back a bit, even if you do have to take a pay cut?

Think again.

A civil complaint filed by the Securities and…

Supporting Actor Role

SEC Wants a Larger Cast of Characters in Securities Fraud Suits

Troubled Kingdoms

As Franchises Seek to Expand Their Empires, Individual Operators Look for Ways to Protect Their Turf

Board to Pieces

Fewer Partners Are Serving on Corporate Boards, and Many Firms Like It That Way

Stolen Lives

Victims of Identity Theft Start Looking for Damages from Companies That Held Their Personal Financial Information

Losing Streak

D.C. Circuit Rules Lawyers Should Not Be Regulated as ‘Financial Institutions’

Flying Under the Radar

These Little-Notices Legal Developments Could be Making News This Year

Feeling a Chill

Changing Government Policies Are Pressing Corporations and Attorneys to Disclose Protected Information

The Avian Flu Time Bomb

The Legal System Will Play a Key Role in Planning the Response to a Possible Onslaught of the Virus

Who is a Partner?

The EEOC Looks Beyond Titles in its Age Discrimination Case Against a Law Firm

Signs Say Merge Ahead

Corporate Deals Saw a Turnaround in 2004, and This Year Looks Even Better

Back in Business

After Enron and Sarbanes-Oxley, an Aggressive SEC Cracked Down. But a Favorable Political Environment Finds Corporations Battling Back.

Prove It

Task Force Seeks Evidence That Recent Policies Undermine Attorney-Client Privilege

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