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Aug. 7, 2008

Union Bank General Counsel Balances Work, Life and Federal Oversight

In the late 1980s, Morris Hirsch went in-house seeking a better balance between work and family. In a question and answer session, he talks about the ups and downs of his job as general counsel of Union Bank of California.

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      In the late 1980s, not many attorneys at established firms wanted to move in house, believing the best opportunities were in private practice, says Morris Hirsch, general counsel of Union Bank of California. But, in 1989 while a partner in the San Francisco office of the firm then known as Pillsbury Madison & Su... (continued)

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