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Corporate counsel and client confidence

program materials

by Georgetown University. Law Center

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  • 40 Currently reading

Published by The Center in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Confidential communications,
  • Lawyers,
  • Attorney and client

  • Edition Notes

    Materials for a program sponsored by Georgetown University Law Center"s Continuing Legal Education Division, held in Washington, D.C., April 23-24, 1981.

    StatementGeorgetown University Law Center
    ContributionsGeorgetown University. Continuing Legal Education Division
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 volume (various pagings) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26687489M

    Accomplished corporate executives, on the other hand, shrewdly assess risk, take measured risks, and even take significant risks where circumstances warrant. But boundaries are blurring. More lawyers are crossing over from law to the corporate world of their clients. Not as in-house counsel. scholars have remarked on this fact. Sally has written an excellent book " The New Corporate Counsel " but I think she would agree it is really a "how to" book. How to become a corporate counsel and how to develop and run an in-house legal department. In an article in the Gunz 1 discussed how ethical issues within corporations and.

    Corporate & Investment Bank-legal Resume Examples & Samples Negotiating all agreements relevant for the business with a variety of types of clients such as pension plans, corporates, mutual funds, UCITS and other funds financial institutions including collateral management agreements, clearance agreements, confidentiality agreements, margin /5(33).   When external counsel attend a board meeting it is usually obvious that the advice given by external counsel is subject to solicitor-client privilege. However, the role of in-house corporate.

    Corporate Counsel Guides: Practice Basics By Steven L Lovett This essential resource will illuminate corporate counsel underpinnings--to identify, develop, and discuss strategies for acclimating to this unique area of law. Today, much of his practice involves acting as an outside general counsel for clients, especially for those with smaller legal departments. Lorenzo becomes immersed in their businesses and goals. This way he can be part of decision-making as an extension of clients.


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Presumably, more also will. Karen Deuschle, Corporate Counsel Connect Editorial. The attorney-client privilege is sacred at the core of what it means to be a lawyer. And when you are corporate counsel, your client is the company; accordingly, you are protecting the very organization that signs your paycheck, and to whom, in many jurisdictions, you owe a duty of loyalty as.

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Therefore, while the corporation is the holder of the attorney-client privilege with its corporate counsel, the privilege is exercised by and through the directors, and no one director has any more claim to access to privileged communications than any other.

counsel who serves only one corporate client gets to know that client in depth, which allows the lawyer with a sense of business strategy to provide not only legal help but also business advice. The work of a general counsel is generally determined by the special needs of the client.

It is important for corporate clients and their counsel to understand whether their communications with these advisors concerning legal matters are protected by the attorney-client privilege.

Since the attorney-client privilege for in-house counsel is not the strongest, I believe that open environments serve to further diminish this. Prior to the open environment, director-level attorneys at my previous company were in cubicles with high walls, which I found unusual at the time since I had always had an office prior to taking the.

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General Counsel | Health Catalyst, Inc. What advice do you have for companies seeking in-house counsel. “I suggest prioritizing the demonstrated ability to. The attorney-client privilege is an invaluable legal principle ensuring that attorneys and clients can freely communicate without fear that those communications will one day be disclosed to.

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A corporate director’s right of access to corporate books and records, including legal advice from corporate counsel, has been described by courts as “absolute” and “unqualified,” consistent with the fulfillment of a director’s fiduciary duty to monitor and .