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About the Book
An authoritative resource (published as a 7 volume box set) for in-house counsel who need quick access, but detailed analyses, on a broad array of topics faced by in-house counsel everyday.
The Toolkit provides forms, policies, and practice tips in seven broad practice areas that may not be within counsels' particular area of expertise. It also serves as a guide to in-house counsel who are new to a business entity, or whose budget for outside expertise may be limited.
The seven practice areas are published as individual volumes covering the following practice areas:
*General Business Contracts *Corporate Governance *Corporate Compliance *Employment Law *Intellectual Property *Litigation *Training Outside Counsel
The toolkit provides annotated forms, agreements and policies with explanatory comments, and insight tips for each of the 7 practice areas.
Available as 7 individual volumes in a boxed set with accompanying CD-ROM, which includes the related forms and policies, ready for tailoring to your transaction.
Key Features and Benefits
*Seven practice areas published as concise individual books. In-house counsel can have quick access to answers when issues arise about which they know nothing, or very little. Learn more about the specialties when you're expected to be a generalist.
*Written by a premier yet broad and diverse set of in-house and outside counsel.
*All-in-One Resource. Have access to relevant material housed in one place.
*Broad variety of annotated forms agreements. Added-value tools for in-house counsel to apply in their day-to-day practices. Forms also available on CD-ROM for customization to transactions.
*A tool to help ask the right questions of outside counsel.
*Offers excellent practical advice and commentary from in-house and outside counsel on everyday legal matters within a broad array of contracts and policies.
*Attractively priced. Affordable for in-house counsel who have limited budgets for internal resources.