CON TEN TS
54 ❘ JUSTICE FOR SALE?
How an in-house lawyer at State Farm helped get
elected a justice more friendly to his company.
By Sue Reisinger
60 ❘ YOU HAVE TO HAVE A MOTIVE
An interview with the writer of “Why They Do It,” a
book that looks at white-collar criminals.
By David Hechler
L1 ❘ LITIGATION REPORT
Capital One takes on a patent holding entity’s
infringement suit; where are the women arbitrators?
13 ❘ TOO MUCH
Yahoo, with a history of
sharing data with governments, does it again.
15 ❘ A GC TAKES HIS
The EEOC’s longtime
general counsel calls it
14 ❘ GIVING BACK
A financial services
company finds a pro
16 ❘ THE GANDER AND
What applies to the
DOJ’s criminal policies
also goes for the civil
FACES IN THE NEWS THIS MONTH
“We’re still seeing an evolution around what exactly
is illicit insider trading … what makes insider trading
illicit is AKIN TO STEALING.” [“ Wondering Why,” an interview
with writer-professor Eugene Soltes on page 60.]
5 CORPORATE COUNSEL ❘ DECEMBER 2016