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attorney at law (or attorney-at-law)

n. a slightly fancier way of saying attorney or lawyer.

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Weber Shandwick partnered with KRC Research to conduct Social Media s Role in Crisis Management: A Call for Greater Legal Vigilance, a survey of 100 senior and mid-level lawyers who work as in-house counsel for Fortune Global 1000 companies.
Weber Shandwick partnered with KRC Research to conduct Social Media's Role in Crisis Management: A Call for Greater Legal Vigilance, a survey of 100 senior and mid-level lawyers who work as in-house counsel for Fortune Global 1000 companies.
With in-house counsel and law firms across Europe struggling to implement successful Process Management Improvement strategies to bring down costs and remain efficient, BT have proved that operational excellence can be achieved.
Copyright infringement is always a top concern for in-house counsel.
In the past few years, there has been a trend within corporate America, particularly among the risk-averse in-house counsel, toward realizing the advantages of new media.
Summary: As further recognition of its adherence to international best practice in the investments sector, Istithmar World, the investment arm of Dubai World, today announced that it has been awarded the "Best In-house Counsel -- Private Equity/Investment Sector" by the Dubai Corporate Counsel Group (DCCG), the first in-house counsel group in the Middle East region.
7 percent of in-house counsel are happy with their law firm relationships in general--and if they aren't, companies are more willing to fire those that aren't performing satisfactorily.
Frequently, risk managers work at a distance from in-house counsel until a specific coverage dispute verges on litigation.
The whole point here is to facilitate in-house counsel to help in-house counsel use technology more effectively; let's do that together.
Editorial includes feature stories on major legal developments and the practice of law in Asia, discussion of the execution of major deals, personnel moves, law firm developments, analysis of new legislation and changes in legal processes, advice on issues pertinent to in-house counsel, and examination of individual jurisdictions and areas of legal practice.
Representing both the tenant and landlord in the transaction was Dana Gordon, executive vice president and in-house counsel for The Burak Organization.
The ACC's 2011 Census Report, the only comprehensive industry study providing unique insight into the in-house counsel community, along with ACC's CLO Survey, revealed that budgets for in-house legal departments have increased by more than 18 percent.