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Peter Ollier, Seattle

Outside counsel should be “proactive, available and relevant,” said Dolores Moro of BATMark at a session on strategic management of global portfolios yesterday

The session discussed the relationship between in-house counsel and external counsel in an increasingly closely networked work environment. Paul Rawlinson of Baker & McKenzie said that high-level strategic decisions are usually dealt with by the in-house counsel, but that some...

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