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October 01, 2012

HBR: "The Rise of the General Counsel."

GE's former general counsel Ben Heineman, Jr. has this one right. See his "The Rise of the General Counsel" appearing last week at Harvard Business Review. The in-house community is smarter and stronger than ever. And, no, apart from some GCs and their key lieutenants at a some publicly-traded and private companies, depth and great talent in in-house regimes was not the rule twenty years ago. But that has changed. And it's good news for great outside corporate lawyers.

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Posted by JD Hull at October 1, 2012 09:08 PM


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