To welcome 2020, Corporate Counsel spoke to several general counsel about what they say will impact their work and the legal industry. From outside counsel merging with other law firms to the use of artificial intelligence to keep down legal department costs, these are some of the trends in-house counsel may find themselves dealing with in the new year.

Chas Rampenthal: General Counsel, Inc.

I believe that 2020 is going to be the first year we see some of the Big Four jumping into U.S. markets, like truly jumping into the U.S. legal market. It’s a prediction. And those guys are typically a little bit risk-averse, so I could be jumping the gun a little.

Chas Rampenthal.

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