LexisNexis Practical Guidance - General Counsel
|Short Description :||Price from $1,500 per annual online subscription.|
|Published :||December, 2011|
The General Counsel module is the ideal solution for finding answers in a hurry. You can triage smarter by creating better briefs for external counsel. No analysis on deep research is required to deal swiftly and confidently with day-to-day matters and provide advice to management.
This new solution is designed for small and large in-house legal teams across Australia. Regardless of your industry or whether you work in an organisation or government department, this module offers practical guidance on 12 key topics, plus checklists and carefully selected forms and precedents, giving you the means to confidently tackle important transactions and speed up drafting.
The General Counsel module will ensure your junior lawyers are using consistent and practical materials to write better briefs. This will reduce risks associated with using inaccurate precedent clauses, providing incorrect advice or using outdated materials.
Price from $1,500 per annual online subscription.
Please note that the price is subject to change and includes GST. Contact your Relationship Manager or Customer Relations on 1800 772 772 for pricing for more than 10 users.
Please contact Customer Relations on 1800 772 772 to purchase this subscription.
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What does the General Counsel module include?
- 350+ guidance notes
- 300+ precedents
- 700+ cases
- 300+ legislation references
- 100+ forms
- Practical topic overviews
Which sources are referenced?
- Austin & Black's Annotations to the Corporations Act
- Australian Consumer Credit Law
- Australian Corporation Practice
- Australian Corporation Law Principles & Practice
- Australian Encyclopaedia of Forms & Precedents
- Halsbury?s Laws of Australia
- Personal Property Securities in Australia
- Workplace Law - Fair Work
Which topics are covered?
- Employment law
- Purchase and sale of business
- Governance and company secretary
- In-house know-how
- Finance and securities
- Consumer protection
- Competition law
- Commercial property: sales and purchases
- Intellectual property
- Data and privacy