In-House Texas: February 2012

Texas Lawyer

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In September 2011 when Ray Bonilla became general counsel of The Texas A&M University System, the Aggies had already decided to leave the Big 12 Conference for the Southeastern Conference. Since then, one of Bonilla's major roles has been negotiating the financial terms of the withdrawal from the Big 12 by Texas A&M University. Also in this issue, "What SEC Policy Can Mean for In-Housers," "Lesser-Known Speeches Hold Lessons for GCs" and in a special report on immigratioin law, "Pass the ICE Test: Nine I-9 Recordkeeping Tips," "Before and After the ICE Subpoena Arrives" and "Discriminatory Hiring Practices Based on Immigration Status."

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