This InfoPAK discusses the role of the general counsel in the United States, Canada and Europe. The purpose of this InfoPAK is to provide some definition of the role, scope and nature of the duties of a general counsel in a globalized, post-Enron, post-Parmalat, post-Satyam Sarbanes-Oxley world, further battered by a worldwide recession the likes of which have not been seen for more than a generation. By noting some of the issues that arise in the ordinary course of an inhouse counsel’s practice, this InfoPAK will help general counsel provide high-quality representation for their corporate client.
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