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TheCorporateCounsel.net is quite different than our print publications, The Corporate Counsel and The Corporate Executive. Here’s how they differ.
All subscriptions are based on a calendar year. We welcome any suggestions for different subscription arrangements, please contact Broc Romanek at email@example.com.
Please note that a subscription to TheCorporateCounsel.net only provides access to the back issues of our print publications - The Corporate Counsel and The Corporate Executive - only if you are a subscriber of those print publications. "Back issues" means issues that are one year older or more - it does not include more recent issues.1
1Please note that access to the Back Issues of the hard-copy print publications – The Corporate Counsel and The Corporate Executive – requires you to have subscriptions to those print publications for each location as well as a membership to TheCorporateCounsel.net. These Back Issues reside on TheCorporateCounsel.net. We reserve the right – at any time – to refuse access to these Back Issues if your firm cancels or does not renew any subscriptions to these hard copy publications.