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Without Effective Evaluation, All May Be for Naught

Excerpt: Absent good communication, in-house and outside counsel's ability to work together effectively to represent their mutual client will suffer. Establishing good channels between the in-house and outside attorneys is necessary at the start of their relationship. Assuring that they understand...

LexisNexis Launches Corporate In-House Newsletter

LexisNexis on Feb. 29 launched its corporate counsel in-house newsletter. This is your one-stop shop for all of the compliance , litigation and transactional topics that matter most to you. We would love to hear from you on the topics you'd like to see us cover as well as articles you would like...

LexisNexis Releases Second Issue Of Corporate In-House Newsletter

LexisNexis has released the second issue of its corporate counsel in-house newsletter. This is your one-stop shop for all of the compliance , litigation and transactional topics that matter most to you. We would love to hear from you on the topics you'd like to see us cover as well as articles you...

LexisNexis In-House Advisory: General Counsel Should Establish Early Case Assessment Protocols To Manage Cases, Speakers Say

Establishing a protocol of best practices - much like the checklist that an airplane pilot follows before every flight - is essential for general counsel in assessing the financial impact of a potential case, as well as determining whether or not settlement is in the company's best interest. ...

Complimentary CLE Webinar: Doing Business in China: A Legal & Business Overview for In-House Teams

China continues its ascent as a world economic power, rocketing to the position of #2 on the world business stage with an average annual GDP growth rate of 10%. Doing business with Chinese companies-or simply doing business alongside or in competition with Chinese companies in the global marketplace...

William A. Ruskin: Preserving The Attorney-Client Privilege For In-House Counsel

By William A. Ruskin Courts impose on corporate entities the burden of demonstrating that communications and documents shared with in-house counsel are protected by the attorney-client privilege. When companies cannot satisfy this burden, courts have ordered production of emails involving legal counsel...