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Lessons Learned In The Age Of Corruption

What lessons should in-house counsel learn from the past 18 months of sordid revelations and regulatory enactments? How should we proceed to rededicate ourselves to professionalism and ethical conduct, given our unique role in our organizations? The outcome of the ...

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Assessing A Patent-Infringement Claim: A Primer

In-house counsel are operating in an increasingly patent-conscious and technology-driven environment. As such, in-house attorneys are likely to become involved in assisting their companies in determining whether a product or process is covered by the claims of a patent and, ...

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Dividend Tax Repeal: A Lot To Think About

The Bush Administration’s proposal to repeal the individual income tax on dividends is an attempt to address a serious policy need in our tax system, namely, the integration of the individual and the corporate tax systems. Should Congress pass into ...

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NECCA Calendar Of Upcoming Events

Wednesday, May 7, 2003 Tackling the Electronic Beast: Developing and Successfully Implementing Effective Record Retention Policies and Strategies Sponsor: New England Corporate Counsel Association (NECCA) Workshop: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.; Social Break: 12 – 12:30 p.m.; Lunch: 12:30 p.m. ...

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