Although no new claim trends against in-house counsel have emerged in 2009, the atmosphere is polluted with unemployment, liquidity crisis, congressional investigations, collapse of industry giants, massive Ponzi frauds, regulations to "go green," shrinking legal departments, pandemics and an explosion of online modes of communication. Commentator Susan F. Friedman presents topics frequently cited by the in-house bar as affecting how they practice law now and into the sustainable future.
In-House Counsel Face New Global Challenges
New York Law Journal
August 14, 2009
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