The ECLA Yearbook 2020 provides an exhaustive overview of the status of company lawyers across Europe.
By analysing the way company lawyers and the question of in-house legal privilege are perceived and regulated across European jurisdictions and at the EU level, the ECLA Yearbook is designed to be the handbook for the in-house profession in Europe, used for references and for introducing the profession to relevant stakeholders and political actors.
> Overview on the status of company lawyers in national European jurisdictions
> Analysis of in-house legal professional privilege at national and EU level
> In-house lawyers and legal privilege around the world
> Expert contributions on in-house confidentiality and professional independence
> Introduction to ECLA’s 21 national associations
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Table of content
Analysis of how company lawyers and in-house professional privilege are regulated across 26 countries
Yearbook Foreword by Jonathan Marsh, President of the European Company Lawyers Association
Expert contributions from accomplished authors on company lawyers' independence and legal professional privilege
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