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From a loss prevention perspective, in-house counsel may help to avoid malpractice claims or minimize exposure when they inevitably arise.
b) In-house Premier Communications (Sioux Center, Iowa)
Due to the increased emphasis on diversity in the law school admission process, the pool of candidates for in-house legal positions will by necessity become more diverse.
Best In-house Counsel -- Financial services sectorMargarita Zubkus, Deutsche Bank
For their part, outside counsel reported that relationships would improve if in-house counsel explained their goals upfront and if outside counsel were involved in a case earlier.
The Durst Organization was represented in-house by John Grotto; Robert Ageloff and Jim Wenk of Staubach represented the tenant.
Full services offering in-house tooling design, engineering, CAD/CAM, CNC machining, contour digitizing, CMM inspection (including third party), model and pattern making facilities.
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In-house practitioners should bear in mind that the in-house advice exception excludes such advice from the "covered opinion" requirements, but not the "other written advice" requirements.
If the firm finds errors but chooses to correct them in-house because of time constraints, the outsource firm may continue to repeat them.
She believes when looking for a localization partner it is important to find a company that trains people in-house to familiarize them with the clients' products and services.
Also acquired were three regional newspapers serving in-house and corporate attorneys, Atlantic Coast In-House, New England In-House and Midwest In-House, and two newspapers covering law for the medical community, Missouri Medical Law Report and Virginia Medical Law Report.