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a person who practices law

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O'Melveny and Myers LLP is serving as US legal counsel to SEEK International, Weil, Gotshal and Manges LLP is serving as US legal counsel to Hillhouse Capital Management, King and Wood Mallesons is serving as PRC legal counsel to SEEK International, and Walkers is serving as Cayman Islands legal counsel to the buyer group.
A couple of days after the Panama leaks verdict was made public, media reports claimed that the Prime Minister was not happy with his legal counsel over the fact that the decision was not completely in his favour.
The Palace extends its heartfelt condolences to Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo on the death of his son Carlo.
Banks, life insurance companies and other lenders making commercial real estate loans rely on outside legal counsel more often than not, yet credit unions seemingly avoid outside legal counsel more often than not.
As chief legal adviser, Wochos serves as legal counsel to WWU'S trustees and, through the trustees, President Shepard.
Southern Legal Counsel is developing a team of lawyers dedicated to assisting individuals and groups with public interest issues.
In examining the word "right" as it is used in the Constitution, the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) concluded that a right was something reserved to individuals.
The 1836 Prisoners' Counsel Act was an important landmark in the progression of the criminal trial, as it gave the accused access to all depositions and a copy of the indictment sworn against them, recognized the defendant's right to have legal counsel, and perhaps most importantly, permitted that counsel to address the jury on behalf of his client.
NEPA's Janine Hergesell couldn't answer that question and referred Joseph to its legal counsel.
Avoid engaging in any insider deals when a corporation gets into financial trouble unless these deals are made in good faith and thoroughly scrutinized with the help of qualified legal counsel.
When in doubt, consult your risk adviser or legal counsel.
Dorothy Robinson, VP and general counsel at Yale University, believes it is wise for university officials in a position to receive requests for information to have those requests reviewed by legal counsel, before responding.
Bathen said he rejected a settlement proposal from the district's legal counsel and has not heard from him since.
Yet the legal counsel for Sun Prairie, who asked not to be named or directly quoted in the article, contends that no EIS is necessary because the initial environmental assessments performed on the planned sites showed that the farms would not create significant environmental impacts.
The company may need to report the incident to its insurance carrier and confer with legal counsel.