Ten Things You Need to Know as In-House Counsel: Practical Advice and Successful Strategies

Ten Things You Need to Know as In-House Counsel provides you with guidance on how to be a successful in-house counsel and much more.

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The one book all in-house lawyers should own!

Sterling L. Miller shares his insights, anecdotes, strategies, and practical tips learned from his 20+ years of experience as in-house counsel, general counsel, corporate secretary, and chief compliance officer. As author of the popular blog, Ten Things You Need to Know as In-House Counsel, Miller provides quick points that you can use in your everyday practice. This new book brings together the many interesting and useful topics from his blog for easy reference. Practical pointers from “Becoming General Counsel” and “Help Your Clients Get Their Contract Through Legal” to “The Attorney-Client Privilege—What You Need to Know” and “A To-Do List for In-House Counsel” will help make you more successful in your practice and more valuable to your company.

Whether you are new to an in-house department or a long-term veteran, the general counsel or just a basic contract lawyer, Ten Things You Need to Know as In-House Counsel provides you with guidance on:

  • How to be a successful in-house counsel
  • Being more productive every day
  • Drafting documents and emails
  • How to negotiate
  • Effectively managing outside counsel fees
  • Trade secrets and protecting your company
  • Dealing with the Board of Directors
  • Preparing for when bad things happen
  • Analyzing risk
  • And much more!

 

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