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Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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What a general counsel does in the first four hours of a crisis can often mean the difference between controlling an event and having it control you
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
LexisNexis' Martindale-Hubbell unit has entered into a joint venture with Internet Brands to deliver marketing services for lawyers. Nolo, acquired by IB in 2011, is a key component in the new partne
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