In-House Texas: March 2013

Texas Lawyer


Scott Kerr of Austin has been through what many in-house lawyers would consider a nightmare: working for a company that's being sold. And he's done it twice. He's deputy general counsel of Charleston, S.C.-based Blackbaud Inc. Also in this issue, "Litigation Trends Survey Predicts a Bumpy Ride in 2013" and "Excel at Tough Conversations" and a special report on energy law, "How to Avoid Lease-Related Litigation," "Minimize the Risk of Post-Deal Fraud Claims," "Enforcing Foreign and Nondomestic Arbitration Awards" and "Issues to Watch in Shale Plays."

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