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Reed Smith LLP | Hong Kong | 18 May 2011

Why does our legal function cost so much?

Few issues create heartburn for the General Counsel as does being challenged to justify the expense of the organization's legal function.

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Reed Smith LLP | USA | 25 Mar 2011

Words and phrases to avoid

This is the fifth in a series of Client Alerts on thorny issues faced by General Counsel and Corporate Secretaries in the context of Board and Committee meetings.

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Reed Smith LLP | Hong Kong | 10 Feb 2011

Who should be in the room?

This is the fourth in a series of Client Alerts on thorny issues faced by General Counsel and Corporate Secretaries in the context of Board and Committee meetings.

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Reed Smith LLP | Hong Kong | 11 Jan 2011

Directors' use of corporate or charter aircraft to attend meetings

This is the third in a series of client alerts focusing on practical solutions to deal with real-life issues facing General Counsel and Corporate Secretaries.

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Reed Smith LLP | Hong Kong | 10 Dec 2010

Minutes - 'less is more' or 'more is more'?

Last month, we focused on how to analyze whether a matter needs to go to the Board.

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Reed Smith LLP | USA, Global | 9 Nov 2010

Does that matter really need to go to the board?

General Counsel and Corporate Secretaries are all too familiar with the myriad processes and details that are required for the six-, eight- or ten-times per year set of Board and Committee meetings.

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