In-House Texas: March 2012

Texas Lawyer


Richard Cheng, general counsel of Senior Care Centers, says his new colleagues were perplexed when the company hired him last year. It's rare for long-term health-care companies to have in-house counsel, he explains — an irony since the industry is heavily regulated. Also in this issue, "Missed Opportunities in SEO, Social Media," " In-House Counsel Are Reading Outside Firms' Blogs," "10 Lessons from 30 Years in the Law" and in a special report on energy law, " Early Due Diligence in Producing-Property Acquisitions," " Smart Drafting Helps Avoid Fraudulent-Inducement Claims," "Plan Now to Manage Fracturing Risk" and "Extending a Lease After the Primary Term Ends."

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