Even chief legal officers and general counsel who plan on hiring more in-house attorneys anticipate a significant amount of work will go to law firms because of the complex regulatory landscape, according to the Association of Corporate Counsel’s 2020 Chief Legal Officers Survey published on Tuesday.

“In general, it is becoming a much more complex world,” Susanna McDonald, the ACC’s chief legal officer, said in an interview. “As the CLO of an organization, public or private, you are going to have to make strategic decisions based on the current challenges as well as your current mix of talent.”

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