attorney at law

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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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With no need to track billable hours nor manage clients and opportunities for higher compensation, in-house counsel positions are often seen as coveted jobs in the legal industry, especially those working for corporations.
com)-- The National Bar Association (NBA) and Minority In-House Counsel Association (MIHCA) announce a strategic partnership with a primary objective to increase diversity in corporations broadly, by expanding business development and in-house counsel opportunities for lawyers of color.
resulting in a years-long dispute over what documents and communications are protected when an in-house counsel is involved.
Because in-house counsel have become more involved in the underlying business they've been able to deliver better advice," Sarwal said.
Sciullo will accept her In-House Counsel General Excellence award at a formal reception at the Westin Convention Center Hotel in downtown Pittsburgh on May 17.
According to information provided to the board, the amendment recognizes the increasing globalization in the business world, that many foreign companies have a presence in Florida, and that the companies wish to have their in-house counsel relocate to Florida to attend to their legal needs.
As in past survey versions, LinkedIn was ranked the most popular social media tool for in-house counsel in 2015.
According to the company, its in-house counsel, Dr.
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.