Corporate Legal Departments: Strategies for the 1990s

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Practising Law Institute, 1990 - Law - 519 pages
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The reference no general counsel or associate should be without. In one comprehensive resource, you'll find the strategies and techniques to meet the challenges facing today's corporate legal departments.Demands upon corporate legal departments have increased dramatically in the last decade. The sleepy backwater that once was the office of corporate counsel today is as sophisticated and dynamic as any other law office. The work consists less of the routine, and more of complex, sophisticated projects requiring intimate knowledge of the company. Increasingly, law departments participate in decision-making at every level, requiring new skills and attitudes and a sound understanding of the attorney's role and responsibilities.The newly updated and revised third edition of Corporate Legal Departments - now in an easy-to-use looseleaf format - deals frankly and fully with these issues, and provides the techniques and strategies needed to offer sound advice and provide effective services to increasingly demanding corporate management.

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