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house counsel

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

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Freeh eliminated the longstanding system in which the White House requested FBI files by submitting a form that merely contained the typed-in name of the White House counsel, with no indication of who actually sought the information and who approved the request.
And in those circumstances, he said, the exception must have the written approval of the White House counsel and the concurrence of the attorney general or the deputy attorney general.
White House counsel Jack Quinn disclosed Monday night that Livingstone is taking a paid ``administrative leave'' while the investigations are pending.
The documents disclosed Thursday are a typewritten summary of an interview in early March 1993 by FBI Agent Dennis Sculimbrene of Bernard Nussbaum, who was then the White House counsel.
A key question for investigators is whether Foster, the deputy White House counsel, had documents that would shed light on the Clintons' role in Whitewater and whether someone at the White House surreptitiously removed those documents from his office before it could be searched.
What has angered the White House aides most recently was Reno's decision to recommend that former White House counsel Bernard Nussbaum be investigated by an independent counsel for the congressional testimony he had given about the FBI files that were improperly obtained by the White House.
a national legal staffing company, today announced the completion of their acquisition of In- House Counsel, Inc.
McLarty's lawyer, William Taylor, denied Tuesday that his client made the statements attributed to him in the memo and said that McLarty spoke primarily to then-White House counsel Bernard Nussbaum about the deputy White House counsel's note - and never to Hillary Clinton.
He was named senior house counsel in 1984 and promoted to vice president, Regulatory Affairs in 1987.
Lanny Davis, a special White House counsel, said in a statement this evening that the administration was ``cooperating with the inquiry'' and that he expected that the defense fund would cooperate as well.
For more than twenty years, ACC has been the world's leading in-house legal association, providing the best available membership resources to in- house counsel at every stage of their careers," said Martine Petetin, president of ACC Europe.
Guests: Special associate White House Counsel Lanny Davis, Sen.