A Strategic Guide To Managing the In-House Counsel Legal Function (4th EDITION)

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Over 180 pages of articles written by 28 leading international in-house counsel drawn from all industry sectors.

Determine how in-house counsel organise their legal requirements and allocate work to outside and internal counsel. Examine how the legal function is managed and the tools utilised to ensure that efficiencies are made to improve quality and timeliness of delivery using the most cost effective strategies.

Find out about: 

  • Lessons Learned from Separating Contracts in the Largest Tech Split in History
  • Maximising the Role (and Perceived Value) of the In-House Counsel
  • Compensation Philosophy for Inside Counsel
  • How Garmin Successfully Navigated a Route to Banning Misleading Claims by TomTom
  • Business Acquisitions in the EU 
  • The Emergence of In-House Counsel in Executive Management
  • Getting Foreign Personnel to Comply to Anti-Bribery Laws
  • Legal - Procurement Collaboration 

Learn how to: 

  • Shift your Culture from “That’s the way we’ve always done it” to “This is how we can do it!”
  • Tap Your Somatic Wisdom to Boost Your Performance
  • How to Move the Legal Department into the Value Chain
  • Maximize Value for Your Client
  • Convert the Legal Team into a Profitability Centre 
  • Lead Mindfully 
  • Litigate Against a Rival Company

 21 insightful Articles written by 28 leading in-house counsel from across the world all in one book

A Strategic Guide to Managing the In-House Counsel Legal Function

(FOURTH EDITION)

CONTENTS

What Will the In-House Legal Department of Tomorrow Look Like?
Cécile  Kavalses, General Counsel Benelux & The Nordics, Atos, Netherlands

Getting to the Heart of The Business: How Legal is Moving up The Value Chain: Driving Efficiency and Effectiveness in a Global Legal Team
Ruth Daniels, General Counsel, CPA Global

Consigliere, Juggler and Business Partner - Today's In House Lawyer
Faiz Chapra, Manager Legal, Engro Corporation, Pakistan

From Backstage to Lead Role:
The Emergence of In-House Counsel in Executive Management
Morgan Deane, Chief Executive Officer & President of the Executive Board (Former International Head of Legal & Compliance),
Helvea-Baader Bank Group, Switzerland

Compensation Philosophy for Inside Counsel:
Not as Obvious as You Might Think
Mark Ohringer, Global General Counsel, Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated, USA

The Future of the In-House Lawyer
Richard Tapp, Company Secretary and Director of Legal Services, Carillion plc, UK

Business for the Rule of Law
Ian McDougall, EVP & General Counsel, Lexis Nexis Group, UK

On Giving Advice: Maximizing Value for Your Client
Bryan Yeazel, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer (Former GC), Stock Building Supply Holdings, Inc., USA

MNCs and the GC - Why it Really Means "Global Counsel"
Mark VanDeVoorde, Chief Legal and Administrative Officer, Victaulic, USA

Horse Sense for Lawyers - Tap Your Somatic Wisdom to Boost Your Performance
Francie Kilborne, Associate General Counsel, Energy Transfer Partners, USA

The Value Differentiator: Lawyers Who Lead Mindfully
Michèle Huff, Senior Associate University Counsel, University of New Mexico, USA

In-house Legal Department:
A cost generating support function or a profitability centre?
Ekin Sungur, Head of Legal, BNP Paribas Cardif, Turkey

Shift your Culture from “That’s the way we’ve always done it” to “This is how we can do it!”
Carla Goldstein, Associate General Counsel and Director of Strategic Initiatives &
Bindu Cudjoe, Deputy General Counsel & Chief Administrative Officer, Bank of Montreal, Canada

The Exponential Law Department: an Oxymoron?
Till Olbrich, VP & Associate General Counsel, Philip Morris International, USA &
Jorge Dengo, Senior Counsel, Philip Morris International, México

Breaking up is hard to do! Lessons Learned from Separating Contracts in the Largest Tech Split in History
Todd Sulger, Vice President and Associate General Counsel, HP Inc, USA &
Peggy Barber, Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, USA

Legal - Procurement Collaboration: From Tactical to Strategic
Savina Stoykova, Procurement Manager – Legal Services Sourcing &
Vincent Gautheron, Head of Legal Services Sourcing, The Royal Bank of Scotland PLC, UK

Can I Destroy This?
Managing Corporate Records in an Ever Expanding Recorded World
Daniel Flynn, Corporate Legal Counsel, Heartland Financial USA, Inc., USA

Getting Foreign Personnel to Comply, While Respecting Cultural Differences and Allowing Some Level of Operational Independence
Sarah Peter, Senior Corporate Director Ethics and Anti-Corruption and Corporate Compliance Attorney, Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, USA

Business Acquisitions in the EU: Key HR Legal Considerations
Leonard Segreti, Senior Corporate Counsel – Labor, CenturyLink, USA

Winning the case:
Maximising the Role (and Perceived Value) of the In-House Counsel by Establishing a Winning Team that Significantly Contributes to Growth Targets.
Lina Brown, Group Commercial & Legal Director, Equiniti Group, UK

Fighting Back Against Misleading Competitor Advertising:
How Garmin Successfully Navigated a Route to Banning Misleading Claims by TomTom in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
Daniel Haije, Partner, Hoogenraad & Haak, advertising + IP advocaten, Netherlands
Daniel Bugler, Head of Advertising Law, Brinsley Dresden, Head of Advertising Law, Lewis Silkin, UK &
Andrew Etkind, General Counsel, Garmin, Switzerland

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