In-house lawyers at the Association of Corporate Counsel’s annual meeting in Boston this week conferred on ways to combat the rising number of lawsuits and government investigations faced by their ranks.

Several panels addressed lawsuit topics, including “Traditional and Not-So-Traditional Malpractice Risks of In-house Counsel” on Wednesday and “In-house Counsel as Witnesses” on Monday. Another Wednesday panel, “In-house Ethical Dilemmas Revisited: What Would You Do Now?,” discussed how to handle potential ethical quagmires that could generate lawsuits.

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