Global demands--global needs? Fusing UK, US and European practices

Westacott, Gemma
November 2004
Lawyer;11/22/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 45, p4
Trade Publication
Looks into the impact of globalization on the role of in-house counsel and the implications this is having on the service provided by external advisors. Recruitment of more experienced in-house counsel as regulations increased in complexity; Recommendation made by Kevin Dunn, European legal counsel for General Electric, for firms to ensure that international offices provided a consistent service to clients.


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