...no longer alive, but the firm, which had been called Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy since 1939, consulted the families of James N. Frazer and...
George Bush and John Kerry may be running neck-and-neck among the nation's voters, but general counsel have a clear favorite in this year's presidential contest. Among the 50 best-paid GCs in the cou
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The legal context for web site privacy policies is based partly on existing laws and principles and partly on new and rapidly evolving rules and practices. This article discusses the major legal issu
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