BT Group, a London-based multinational telecom that appointed a new CEO earlier this year, is mixing things up in its legal department. 

The firm has split the role of its technology and transformation general counsel in response to “an increasingly demanding and expanding technology agenda” since the arrival of CEO Philip Jansen in February, BT group general counsel Sabine Chalmers wrote in an internal memo in July.

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