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86 ❘ staffing Up
Law departments develop their own methods for
hiring and preparing their lawyers. Google, IBM and
Microsoft have adopted different approaches, but
each has achieved enviable results.
By David Hechler
94 ❘ market report: China
Chinese regulators have discovered antitrust enforcement. But some are worried that foreigners are getting special, and unwanted, attention.
By Anna Zhang
S1 ❘ speCial report: litigation
News, trends and the players behind the stories.
13 ❘ fast food
16 ❘ general CoUnsel
McDonald’s has hit a
rough patch, confronted
with lawsuits and protests about wages.
Zynga’s GC reveals his
gripes about outside
lawyers, his guilty pleasures and more.
15 ❘ no longer hUsh-
18 looking for
signs of life
Companies have complained for years that
China is stealing their
trade secrets. Finally a
case went to trial.
A survey suggests that
the state of the legal
economy may not be so
bad after all.
FACES IN THE NEWS THIS MONTH
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CORRECTIONS: The chart that listed the top women lawyers in the
Fortune 500, which ran with our cover story in April (“ Women’s Work”),
failed to include Audrey Stauss, chief legal officer of Alcoa Inc., and
incorrectly included (Mr.) Kim Brunner from State Farm. The number
of top legal officers that the article reported, however, is still accurate.