seek counsel

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I seemed to have something like a right to seek counsel here.
To defeat such a powerful foe, Perseus must seek counsel with the Stygian witches, helped by spiritual guide Io (Gemma Arterton), Argon warrior Draco (Mads Mikkelsen) and his men.
Such errors are avoidable, all the more so if new-to-exporting firms do their homework, seek counsel, and learn from the mistakes of others.
Index Engines' will seek counsel from its advisory board to accelerate development of next-generation products and to strengthen market traction.
I'd have to talk to rabbis at my school and seek counsel from them.
As Jaffer observes--and this case illustrates--a strict reading of the gag requirement would make it difficult, if not impossible, for parties served with national security letters to seek counsel to challenge them in court, let alone recruit scholars to file amicus curiae briefs.
Therefore, homeowners are turning away from the federal government and opting to seek counsel closer to home.
If you have more than $10,000 in assets, you should seek counsel, says Watters.
CXO Communication recognizes that while senior executives and internal communication experts regularly seek counsel from a number of sources including management consultants, accountants, lawyers and marketing professionals, there is still no one place for them to turn when they need to tackle a business-critical communication assignment.
Seek counsel with an attorney with experience in intellectual property matters.
At this stage in TJG's growth, the firm has wisely decided to seek counsel on a regular basis from business leaders to help guide its future development and provide long-range strategic advice from outside the Beltway.
As companies seek counsel to obtain, protect and commercialize intellectual property in these areas, we will be the partner of choice.