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Our mission is to turn expert knowledge and understanding of the law into valuable and practical guidance for seasoned professionals.
This site follows in the footsteps of our long-standing successful sister print publications—The Corporate Counsel and The Corporate Executive—that have served practical guidance to the community for over 45 years.
Here are "Twelve Good Reasons" why you should join our community now:
- Practical Guidance, Practical Guidance, Practical Guidance—When it comes to practical guidance, we know how badly you need it—and strive to provide it in each and every way with the content on our websites. Providing practical guidance is our mantra—and permeates everything we do.
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- Back Issues of The Corporate Counsel and The Corporate Executive—Last, but not least, for subscribers of these beloved publications (who also subscribe to TheCorporateCounsel.net), we provide online access to fully “word-searchable” copies of the back copies—going back decades.
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