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NJ Supreme Court Broadens Scope for In-House Counsel

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Date: 07/29/2008

NJ Supreme Court Broadens Scope for In-House Counsel
In-house Counsel who have limited licenses to practice in New Jersey will be able to actually represent officers, employees, and directors under new rule changes by the New Jersey Supreme Court. More changes may come in the future.

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