In House: Revolving doors
The quality of work handled by in-house lawyers has improved considerably in recent years, making the move in-house from private practice a natural step. For others the transition is a little less than smooth, writes Derek Bedlow
Few things are more likely to raise the ire of seasoned general counsel than the sight of private practice partners waltzing straight into plum in-house roles, while their employers ignore the years of experience already residing in their in-house departments.
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