In-House Texas: July 2012

Texas Lawyer


Frank A. Hunold Jr., the first general counsel and the only in-house lawyer for Reliant Holdings Ltd., says he can envision a future in which he needs another in-house lawyer. But for now, he handles the work by multitasking. Also in this issue, "Combating Corporate Corruption Risk in Latin America," "Courts Weigh in on FMLA Limits," "How to React to a Demand Letter," "Powers of Attorney in Mexico: A Double-Edged Sword," "Harness the Power of the Proportionality Rule" and "Take the Lead to Control E-Discovery Costs."

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