Tag: Inhouse Counsel Series

Crisis Management ‘How To’: Don’t Throw Your Hands In The Air!

In our latest post, we turn to crises – and, more importantly, how to manage them. Crises can take a number of forms and by their nature they happen unexpectedly without warning.  Inhouse counsel have an important role in identifying risks in order to prepare for a crisis.  While a crisis is unfolding, inhouse counsel are critical in protecting privilege and providing legal advice in the moment.

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Using the shield: Practical tips to managing privilege as inhouse counsel

Privilege is a cornerstone of the legal profession and protecting it is vital to inhouse counsel.  Every lawyer knows what privilege means and the consequences of inadvertent waiver.  But do their internal clients, who often aren’t lawyers?  This post explores what privilege is and provides practical tips for inhouse counsel to ensure it is preserved.

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