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Parent, Sub, & One Doing Legal Work For The Other Mellow Greetings March 09, 2012 01:54 pm
ChildCo is a wholly owned subsidiary of ParentCorp, located in another state. Companies are separate legal entities. Assume each employs in-house counsel, and all in-house counsel at any one company are licensed only in that company's home state.

I'm pretty sure in-house counsel at ParentCorp can perform legal work for ChildCo. Can a lawyer at ChildCo undertake legal work for ParentCorp? We're not talking litigation or tribunal appearance stuff -- more like contract review/advice, patent/trademark prep-n-pros, licensing and so on.

Corporate masters wish to avail themselves of my unique talents, which I am more than happy to provide. But not at the risk of being censured or disbarred.


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