general counsel

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  • Info A general counsel or chief legal officer (CLO) is the chief lawyer of a legal department, usually in a company or a governmental department.
  • General Counsel is also appointed the same way as the first two officers.
  • The firm also has an Asia practice group and a general counsel group.
  • No general counsel can be given which will be very valuable to you upon this point. Cited from The Young Man and the World, by Albert J. Beveridge
  • He left that firm to take on work as general counsel with an internet-based company.
  • He became senior vice president and general counsel of the company.
  • She served as its first chief operating officer and general counsel and later, as executive vice president.
  • He then moved on to a similar general counsel position with an online credit card company.
  • He had held the titles of senior vice president, general counsel, and secretary.
  • He would serve there for fifteen years, eventually becoming the committee's assistant general counsel.
  • She returned to Utah as general counsel to a major health care company.
  • He retired in the early 1990s as general counsel of the United Way.
  • Board members are appointed to five-year terms and the General Counsel is appointed to a four-year term.
  • He later served as general counsel and then as chief operating officer of a multinational oil company.
  • He later joined the CIA's legal office and became the assistant general counsel.
  • Two years into his career with OPM, he was appointed general counsel.
  • He would rise to become vice-president and General Counsel.
  • He also served as senior vice president and general counsel for the AHL.
  • He served as dean and later vice president and general counsel of New York University.
  • Cook was appointed associate director of the new division, and retained his job as general counsel.
  • She served as executive vice president, general counsel and chief public affairs officer for WellPoint.
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