The Chief Counsel
task force was formed to study the IRS's Technical Advice Memorandum program and to make recommendations in respect of the process used by the Office of Chief Counsel
, both in the field and in the national office, to provide technical legal advice to IRS personnel and taxpayers during the course of tax examinations (so-called case specific advice).
2 Anything discussed with corporate counsel
is protected by attorney-client privilege and must be kept confidential.
This was, however, a very thin edge indeed, as the appearance of counsel
in felony trials at the Old Bailey remained quite rare.
She was appointed assistant general counsel
over the division's International section in 1991, and was promoted to associate general counsel
Follow-up reports by counsel
were sporadic and provided little new information that could be used to expedite claim resolution.
Understanding the protections of the Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights to counsel
and the concomitant procedural rules begins with an appreciation of the principals that underlie those rights.
The role of in-house counsel
is intended to be proactive, as they attend to all of the regulatory compliance, licensing, trademark and contractual needs of their employers.
CosmoCom chose General Counsel
Solutions and its network because the GCS' experienced, former in-house counsels
and executives offer hands-on, senior-level experience and insights - both domestically and globally - that competitors simply could not match.
2] The list includes, among other protections, the right to the assistance of counsel
Last year, Appeals and the Chief Counsel
embraced mediation as the new darling of the National Office's dispute resolution procedures.
He joined Mobil in l968 as counsel
in the Corporate Office of General Counsel
The meeting included a program featuring a panel discussion on "What's Keeping the General Counsel
Awake At Night?