Representing the Corporation: Strategies for Legal Counsel

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Aspen Publishers Online, 1995 - Law - 2200 pages
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Representing the Corporation gives you the inside track on understanding the legal services the corporation is really seeking from its counsel. Richard H. Weise shares his 30 years of experience in corporate legal affairs to show you how to develop practices that are in tune with the needs and requirements of the client. Weise offers valuable guidance to in-house counsel and practitioners on: Getting client feedback effectively -- Developing a healthy interdependent relationship with the client -- Implementing an effective dispute resolution strategy...an important client satisfier -- Helping a client with ethics management issues -- Offering the client a "no surprises" covenant. -- Working with the client on important compliance issues and crisis management. -- Plus leading-edge coverage of vital topics such as the law of the Internet, international corporate practice, intellectual property, securities law, government contracting, tax, mergers and acquisitions, and more.Representing the Corporation contains a wealth of adaptable sample forms, checklists, spreadsheets, in-house reports, and manuals for your particular situation.
  

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Contents

SECURITIES PRACTICE IN A CORPORATE
20-1
Volume
20-9
SALES OF COMPANY STOCK BY NONREPORTING
20-15
WEB SITES 2025
20-25
PROXY STATEMENTS 2032
20-32
DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS QUESTIONNAIRE 2038
20-38
EXHIBITS 20EXl
20-45
Securities Practice in a Corporate Law Department Chapter 21 Government Contract Practice
21-1
FAIR USE 2714
27-14
EXHIBITS 27EXl
27-32
Tax Matters
28-1
Alternative Dispute Resolution
28-2
ROLE OF THE OUTSIDE TAX PROFESSIONAL 2814
28-14
COSTEFFECTIVE REPRESENTATION 2822
28-22
CASE STUDY 2INTERCOMPANY TRANSFER PRICING 2829
28-29
BIOGRAPHIES 2835
6

PROCUREMENT PROCESS REFORM 2112
21-12
ANTITRUST PRACTICE IN A CORPORATE
21-32
Corporate ComplianceSentencing Guidelines
22-1
THE ROLE OF THE LAW DEPARTMENT 2212
22-12
The Civil Justice System and Legal Education
23-1
EXAMINATION OF TRADITIONAL APPROACHES
23-9
THE PLANA PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION 2310
23-10
EXHIBITS 23EXl
23-19
Volume 1
23-101
Crisis Management
24-1
Law Department Strategic Management and Leadership Plan
24-7
CLIENTS CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN 2415
24-15
EXHIBITS 24EXl
24-58
Patents
25-1
PATENTS 251
25-2
DRAFTING THE PATENT APPLICATIONENGINEER
25-9
CONCLUSION 2621
25-26
Trademarks
26-1
DOCUMENT ORGANIZATION 268
26-8
ROLE OF TRADEMARK COUNSEL 2614
26-14
ASSIGNMENTS LICENSES DUE DILIGENCE 2621
26-21
EXHIBITS 26EXl
26-23
Copyrights
27-1
The Internet Its WorldWide Web and the
29-1
THE VARIOUS WAYS COMPANIES
29-12
POLICIES 2927
29-29
INTRODUCTION 323
29-32
CONTRACT FORMATION IN CYBERSPACE 2958
29-58
ISSUES RELATING TO CONSUMERS
29-79
THE PROBLEMS AND NECESSITIES OF CRYPTOGRAPHY 2984
29-84
EXHIBITS 29EXl
29-96
The International Corporate Practice Managing the Mix
30-1
MODUS OPERANDI FOR INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT 3010
30-10
PRACTICES POLICIES PROCEDURES AND PROCESSES 3013
30-13
EXHIBITS 30EXl
30-39
Corporate Governance
31-1
THE WORK PRODUCT OF THE COMMITTEE 3113
31-13
MEASUREMENT OF BOARD PERFORMANCE 3128
31-28
Antitrust Practice in a Corporate Law Department
32-1
DEALINGS WITH CUSTOMERS AND THE DISTRIBUTION
32-26
MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS 3254
32-54
Index
32-55
MONOPOLIZATION AND ATTEMPT TO MONOPOLIZE 3268
32-68
Annual Client Operations Review
1-1
Organizing and Managing the Department
1-9
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