In-house teams keep more work

Power, Helen
October 2001
Lawyer;10/29/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 43, p9
Trade Publication
Focuses on a survey released by the American Corporate Counsel Association regarding in-house legal departments in the U.S. Decline in spending on outside counsel in 2001; Issues faced by in-house lawyers; Factors considered in the instruction and monitoring of the relationship with external counsels.


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