On November 9, 2015, ACC, its New York chapters and numerous chief legal officers of New York companies filed comments supporting proposed amendments to the Rules of the New York Court of Appeals that would allow in-house counsel from jurisdictions … Continue reading
On July 8, 2015, ACC, its Chicago Chapter and numerous chief legal officers of Illinois companies filed comments strongly supporting the Illinois Supreme Court Rules Committee’s proposal to amend Rule 5.5 of the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct and Supreme … Continue reading
ACC supported a proposed bill that would permit in-house counsel from other jurisdictions to work for their client-employers. The summary of the pending bill correctly states that “[t]he ability of companies to freely move with in-house counsel is a necessity … Continue reading
On behalf of the Association of Corporate Counsel, we are writing to strongly support the proposal from the North Carolina Bar Association to amend Rule 5.5 of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct, to allow companies to more easily … Continue reading
The Association of Corporate Counsel strongly urges the Supreme Court of Texas to adopt Admission Rule XIV, which expands the role of foreign in-house counsel in Texas. Please click here to download letter.