Relocating In-House Lawyers Costs Money and Talent, Experts Say

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Bridgestone is moving employees, lawyers included, to its new Nashville headquarters. It's a difficult, costly process that few companies try.

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  • Bill Ralston

    Not to mention the unique issue for lawyers - necessity of bar admission and lack of reciprocity . At least Bridgestone is moving to a reasonable state (TN) - only the junior lawyers would need to re-sit for the bar. I pity any lawyer asked to relocate to California - no reciprocity (plus all of the other issues with CA...).

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