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Case Law for In-House Counsel

Below are summaries of important opinions affecting in-house attorneys issued by the U.S. Supreme Court, as well as the 1st and 2nd Circuits from mid-July 2006 through early October 2006. * * * U.S. Supreme Court Certiorari Granted Fair Credit ...

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Our lead story on page one focuses on the multi-faceted roles in-house counsel can play – from legal “traffic cop” to trusted business advisor. The context: Assisting companies in mergers and acquisitions. Business deals are humming around the country and ...

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Can You Keep Your Job?

When a company is sold, it often means in-house counsel will work right up until the bitter end, until the keys change hands, and then they walk back to their offices to start packing their desks. While sometimes this is ...

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Clarke Speaks At Recent NELF Meeting

Richard Clarke, former special assistant to the President for global affairs, recently spoke at a meeting of the New England Legal Foundation on the topic of cyber-security and what corporate lawyers can do to help their companies reduce the threat, ...

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