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In this month’s In-House Counsel: Former White House counsel gather to tell tales and prove that national matters are much like business matters. Plus, Ira Parker, the new executive vice president and general counsel of AOL, goes on the record, and more…
How I Advised the President Last month the Washington Metropolitan Area Corporate Counsel Association gathered a few former counselors to the president to pick their brains about life in the White House and beyond. The discussion follows, edited for length…
Ira ParkerOn the Record with Ira Parker Ira Parker (right) was appointed executive vice president and general counsel of AOL last October. He came to the company from Polaroid Corp., where he was vice president, general counsel, corporate secretary, and chief compliance officer. Parker recently talked to Legal Times about his new job. • Management Matters: Mavericks of the World, Unite! Creative approaches to legal processes can be a kick in the pants to law departments. That is, if freethinking attorneys can get past the bureaucrats, the risk-averse, and the traditionalists. by Rees W. Morrison

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