Lawyers in private practice who represent corporate clients as outside counsel have regular dealings with their clients’ in-house legal teams. Outside counsel often work at the direction of in-house counsel and report directly to them on the status and developments of a case. The following practice tips from experienced lawyers who represent organizations as outside counsel highlight some of the key challenges—and opportunities—that exist when representing a client who also happens to be a discerning lawyer.
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