Andy Sherman admits that he has, as he puts it, “high standards” when it comes to working with outside counsel.

The newly appointed general counsel for San Francisco’s CNET Networks Inc. has a reputation as a GC who grills his outside lawyers on their advice. Sherman joined CNET late last month from Sybase Inc., and replaced Sharon Le Duy, who stepped down last fall amid revelations of stock option backdating at the company.

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