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If a firm or client's transnational interests require the use of local counsel in foreign jurisdictions, this is the one work practitioners should turn to to help them find and manage lawyers in the European Union, the US and Japan. This essential management tool provides guidance on important elements in the process, such as where to look for suitable representation, what time constraints may exist, and what the unique drafting and billing issues are. Each chapter covers a separate jurisdiction and follows this outline: * structure of the legal profession * how to find a suitable lawyer * factors in choosing a lawyer * commercial arrangements when instructing counsel * treatment of foreign nationals under local law The contributors, each from a top legal firm in his or her own country, follow this outline offering the most comprehensive yet practical guidance on managing foreign counsel available to professionals For a detailed listing of law firms and chambers throughout the world, practitioners should refer to Kime's International Law Directory - it's the ideal companion.;* How to find, instruct and effectively manage counsel in foreign jurisdictions * Covers 14 countries, including the UK, US and Japan and 12 EU countries * Uses a highly-practical boilerplate outline for each jurisdiction * Provides practical and useful information which can be further researched in Kimes Direct