As 2017 comes to a close, legal departments are planning for the year ahead. It’s been 365 days of litigation battles, regulatory updates, rapid technological growth and enough scandals to make any general counsel nervous. In the new year, legal departments will have to adapt to all the change that continues to come their way. Corporate Counsel spoke to a group of experts to get five recommendations for in-house counsel looking to prepare for all that 2018 is sure to bring:

1. Post-Weinstein, Look at Company Culture

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