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Edgar Miller may sound like an unusual name for someone who heads the legal function for an Italian company, Rome, Italy-based Enel Green Power (EGP). But it’s a sign that Italian companies, like business everywhere, have spread far beyond their

Mohamed Elmogy, general counsel of Siemens in Egypt, is part of a matrixed department that pulls all legal work together WHAT IS IT LIKE to work as a lawyer in an outpost of a giant multinational? If you ask Mohamed Elmogy,

Consultant Rees Morrison on how the client-law firm power relationship hasn’t changed. And law departments everywhere are facing a talent shortage. Rees Morrison knows just about everybody. Of course, that’s an exaggeration, but he’s been a consultant to in-house legal department

Allison Hoffman has been a general counsel in small departments dealing with CEOs and investor with huge personalities. She’s had to work with Bruce Wasserstein, billionaire financier Media and domestic guru Martha Stewart. And now, once again, Hoffman is working

Allison Brecher lived the corporate legal department life for years, and her time was up. She had parted about two years ago with her company, the insurance brokerage and consulting firm Marsh & McLennan. And she says that her whole

Searching for the best talent is never easy. Talk to Leonor Pissarra, country chief legal officer for Portugal at the Big Pharma company Novartis, and she will tell you that recruiting lawyers with an in-depth knowledge of the sector is

 

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