The impact of IP theft on U.S. companies is direct and profound, and in-house counsel must understand the risks of data theft and the available tools to prevent and respond to incidents
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Dynegy's forced makeover included slashing its litigation spending
Dynegy Inc. general counsel Kevin Blodgett has been posting the kind of numbers CEOs love. A nearly 50 percent drop in the past two years in total outside legal spending, for instance, and an even st
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GE Legal breaks down and then reinvents in-house tech, outside counsel management, and preventive litigation
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