Shell advisers in focus as global panel review gets underway
Royal Dutch Shell has kicked off a review of its global legal panel, in a move that will lead to the company's first overhaul of its primary legal advisers since 2010. General counsel Peter Rees QC confirmed that the energy and petrochemical giant had begun the process of reviewing its preferred advisers, with the new panel expected to be complete by the end of the first quarter of 2013.
Royal Dutch Shell has kicked off a review of its global legal panel, in a move that will lead to the company’s first overhaul of its primary legal advisers since 2010.
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