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Lawyers debate liability and cross-border cooperation at IBA conference

Almost 2,500 lawyers from around the world converged on Auckland last month at the International Bar Association's annual conference to discuss various issues facing the profession. One of the themes to emerge from the conference was the level of concern and attention that in-house and private practice lawyers are paying to governance standards and market reputations - both within corporates and at law firms. The profession is having to face up to potentially wide-ranging implications for its own behaviour and liabilities

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