By Brett Coffee, GC and VP Business and Corporate Affairs of Computer Systems Center, Inc.
Moving from private practice or an established in-house position to a new in-house position is challenging especially when you're about to become your new employer's first and only in-house counsel. Starting an in-house department can be a great opportunity to define best practices for collaboration. These tips will help you navigate these challenges. Use this list when discussing a possible move to a new company to set positive expectations even before you walk in the door.
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