In-house: A common voice
In the wake of the implementation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the Law Society's Commerce and Industry Group has restructured in a bid to improve the representation of its membership. Sarah Sheehan explains what the changes will mean for in-house lawyers
During the past 12 months the Law Society’s Commerce & Industry Group (C&I Group) has focused on a number of key issues that have been thrown up in the profession as a whole and the in-house profession in particular.
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