TEI commends the Office of Chief Counsel
for its efforts to streamline the technical advice process and provide alternatives to obtain timely, issue-specific advice.
3 You may share the substance of your communications with counsel
with your colleagues without jeopardizing the privilege.
Once the Prisoners' Counsel
Act became law the bar was forced to address difficult issues related to the obligations of advocates to their clients.
Misback joined the Board in 1992 as a senior attorney in the Legal Division, and was appointed to the official staff in 2000 as assistant general counsel
in the International Banking section.
New ways would be necessary and adjusters, counsel
and supervisors would have to change the way they worked.
Because the impetus for the creation of the Miranda rights was the Supreme Court's concern that custodial interrogations are intrinsically coercive, the right to counsel
contained within Miranda applies only when the subject of interrogation is in custody.
Saunders, an assistant general counsel
at Marriott Corp.
Until General Counsel
Solutions, "outsourcing" legal services was synonymous with "overseas" and its associated issues and challenges: cultural, language, security, labor issues, inexperience and more.
Rather, the Supreme Court has held that the accused has the right to the assistance of counsel
at all "critical stages" of the prosecution.
I wonder how District Counsel
will apply this restriction.
The 2007 BTI survey of FORTUNE 1000 general counsel
chose Fulbright as "The BTI Client Service 30" A-Team and Corporate Board Member magazine named Fulbright among the top 20 corporate law firms in the U.
In Minnick, the Court concluded that this invocation of the right to counsel
is not satisfied by giving the suspect the opportunity to consult with an attorney.