Many Silicon Valley companies export their IP to subsidiaries to save on paying high corporate taxes. It's completely legal, but in a scramble for more revenue, regulators and lawmakers are looking t
Talk about a brain drain—many Silicon Valley companies export their IP to subsidiaries to save on paying high corporate taxes. It's completely legal, but in a scramble for more revenue,
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...donated millions of dollars to groups fighting same-sex marriage rights...151; supports the "traditional family" and "the biblical...
...donated millions of dollars to groups fighting same-sex marriage rights...151;supports the "traditional family" and "the biblical...
A big Catholic university lands a new top lawyer with a global resume
Heaven forbid, IF you get fired, don't talk with the in-house counsel and deal with it in a public manner? Uh oh, that's not what an in-house lawyer wants to hear ..
It began as an employment dispute with a former in-house lawyer. Now Toyota wonders where it will end
Dimitrios Biller was hired to help manage Toyota's litigation, and he wound up turning those skills on his own company. Toyota paid him $3.7M to go away — but he's back with a vengeance. | INTE
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