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Re: Parent, Sub, & One Doing Legal Work For The Other NoSuits March 12, 2012 02:20 pm
You may want to review what your corporate counsel exception allows you to do for your employer. Here, in flyover country, the corporate counsel license allows us to perform legal work for our employer, as well as its subs, affiliates, etc. My current gig is pretty aggressive in making sure new attorneys coming from out-of-state are quickly licensed or barred to avoid potential issues down the road related to privilege, UPL, etc.

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