Best Legal Department -- 2009

Once again, we read submissions, we talked, and we argued -- and we came up with three winners. But only one can grab the brass ring

Corporate Counsel

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In this year's Best Legal Department competition, you might say that everyone's a winner. Overstatement? Sure. But it sums up the hard choices Corporate Counsel judges faced. In tallying up our final grades, there wasn't a whole lot separating the leading contenders. In the end, though, we once again picked a department that prevailed against adversity, this time against a backdrop of financial meltdown.

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