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In-House Legal
In-House Legal covers a variety of issues pertinent to the general counsel and in-house legal departments of small, mid-size, and large companies. Host Randy Milch, former general counsel for Verizon, discusses the latest developments, trends, and best practices for this very busy and often complicated area of law. Hear from top legal minds, industry experts, and other special guests on topics like ethical duties, corporate governance, employment law, and management.
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4.3 stars from 6 ratings
This show keeps getting better and better. Randy is is the perfect host and has great guests sharing their experiences of what it's like to be the general counsel at large corporations as well as the journey to the role. A must for anyone who wants work from gc's or is thinking about going in-house.
AAJCCA via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/11/15
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