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Re: Parent, Sub, & One Doing Legal Work For The Other Dorsalfin March 11, 2012 06:22 am
That can be an issue if you do federal work and want to keep up a facade that the two companies are truly different legal entities. Sharing corporate resources is one of the things regulators look at when deciding if companies are independent of each other.

As a Child lawyer for working for Parent Co., I don't see that as being much of an issue, as long as you're not (as you noted) making court appearances. As screwed up as this profession is, I can't imagine anyone making an issue of that.


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