Burr, Michael T.
July 2004
Corporate Legal Times;Jul2004, Vol. 14 Issue 152, p42
Trade Publication
Outlines the results of a survey conducted by U.S. periodical "Corporate Legal Times" among corporate general counsels and outside attorneys about their working relationships with one another. Professional tension between both groups; Insights from general and outside counsels; Suggested courses of action to relieve tensions between general and outside counsels.


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