consultation with counsel

consultation with counsel

in Scotland, a meeting between advocate, solicitor and usually the client. For England see CONFERENCE WITH COUNSEL.
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Consultation with counsel is also advisable as properly considering leave or extended leave requests and documenting the interactive process may avoid liability.
Overall, a strategic and proactive approach that includes consultation with counsel will allow a business to minimize the risks and maximize the benefits of working with law enforcement.
Make recommendations in consultation with Counsel in the Office of Guiding Support Services
Community managers may consider contacting someone else in their organization who has expertise in dealing with investigators, and consultation with counsel may become appropriate.
Essentially, this amendment creates a new, unwaivable right in all juveniles to a prewaiver consultation with counsel.
Supreme Court has exalted the assertion of the right to counsel over the assertion of the right to silence, (16) and since silence in light of an assertion of the right to counsel or consultation with counsel strikes me as particularly ambiguous--and therefore a silence that should not be held against the defendant--I would part company from the English on this point.
Examination of these opinions and consultation with counsel are recommended whenever structuring a transaction of this type.
Determining whether such conduct ultimately will be lawful is complex and requires consultation with counsel.
The seller's counsel will need to prepare the forms or arrange for their preparation by a qualified title insurance firm, such as Horizon Land Services, in consultation with counsel for the purchaser in advance of the closing.
Businesses, in consultation with counsel, need to consider the likelihood that a particular category of documents may become material in the future, particularly in litigation.

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