house counsel

house counsel

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

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House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler issued subpoenas for documents and testimony from Hicks, former White House communications director, and Donaldson, a former aide in the White House counsel's office, last month.
Summary: Washington [US], June 4 (ANI): The Democrats-controlled House is expected to vote on June 11 to hold US Attorney General William Barr and former White House counsel Don McGahn in contempt of Congress.
25, 2016, McGahn was named White House Counsel and served in that capacity until Oct.
White House counsel Pat Cipollone officially began his job last week after his security clearance review was completed.
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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.
DeLeo last Thursday night confirmed that a House employee had brought a complaint against a member to House counsel two weeks ago.
"But [he] recognizes Cheney/Addington as his client." Nevertheless, with former White House counsel, now attorney general, Alberto Gonzales generally inclined to see things the White House's way, it's hard to envision his department vigorously resisting the controversial philosophies of Cheney and his network.
In August 2002, before the invasion of Iraq, he hosted White House Counsel Alberto Gonzalez at a class attended by young military officers.

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