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Description: The Technology Law Group seeks an attorney to independently provide comprehensive, timely and high quality legal services to all Prudential business and corporate units in connection with the acquisition and use of technology goods and services and outsourcing transactions, and to provide counsel on technology legal issues, strategies and policies. The Technology Law Group is part of...
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