house counsel

house counsel

n. any attorney who works only for a particular business. (See: general counsel)

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M2 EQUITYBITES-August 17, 2017-Chubb elects Liz Daly as SVP & house counsel manager
Chubb has named Liz Daly Senior Vice President and House Counsel Manager for its North America Claims Organization.
Attorneys admitted or otherwise authorized in other countries could act as authorized house counsel for companies located in Florida under Bar rule amendments approved by the Board of Governors.
Each Your House Counsel Member Firm is independent and has a relationship partner dedicated to your relationship and your work.
The library has about 50,000 pages of records related to Roberts' work as associate White House counsel.
Business-organization clients may assert attorney-client privilege as individuals do, but applying privilege to corporate situations, even those involving in house counsel, can be problematic because corporations act only through their agents.
I suspect the new scandal is going to be the 11-hour gap between the time the Justice Department notified the White House counsel that it was investigating the Wilson-Plame leak and the time the counsel instructed other White House officials not to destroy relevant records.
The legal cost analysis also demonstrated that, on average, house counsel fees were approximately 60 cents for every dollar charged by outside counsel.
This work has not prevented him from senior government work, as he served as White House Counsel to both Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton.
UC Irvine School of Law will present the inaugural Mary and John Carrington Lecture, featuring former White House Counsel Fred F.
White House counsel Tom Flanigan, each of whom is also scheduled to speak.
Targeted to litigators and in-house counsel, the online version of the publication includes: recent news developments, including decisions, large verdicts and settlements, new arguments, and complaints; stories and articles about new trends, strategies, precedents, rules and laws that impact litigation practice; and, articles to advise attorneys and in- house counsel on upgrading their practice with information on such topics as in-house client satisfaction surveys, opening remarks, gender issues in the courtroom, and how to avoid antagonizing the judge hearing the case.