...of Pennsylvania, Sabatino was recruited to go in-house at Baxter International Inc. in 1986. The company had a division that sold computer systems to...
...IP litigator, who had led Lotus Development Corp.'s long-running fight...
In-house lawyers are the legal profession's technology stepchildren
He once hidebound law firm has finally gotten hip to technology. Lawyers at the big firms edit briefs online and file complaints with the click of a mouse. Million-page document productions are squee
While the once hidebound law firm has finally gotten hip to technology, its in-house counterparts aren't always so advanced. Although some in-house legal departments are doing innovative things with
...(now Waste Management, Inc.) complaint alleging fraud. Defendants moved to dismiss the case. Neal Goldman GC, Lotus Development Corporation SVP & GC, Polaroid...
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