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Corporate Counsel magazine has named Google its 2011 Best Legal Department not for the sizzle but for the substance of its achievements. Despite facing many challenges, the company has compiled an en
Spend time with the energetic crew at Google, and the word "disrupt" comes up a lot. Google's businesses tend to do that to the traditional marketplace, and "Googlers" (as they call themselves) make
Google attracts lots of attention for its style. But Corporate Counsel named the company's legal department as this year's best not for the sizzle but for the substance of its achievements
Google attracts lots of attention for its style. But Corporate Counsel named Google its 2011 Best Legal Department not for the sizzle but for the substance of its achievements
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