Breakups tend to be difficult. But if things aren’t working out between a corporate legal department and law firm, splitting up is often better than the alternative. 

Ending a “failed relationship with outside counsel is just like breaking up any failed relationship. You rarely look back and say, ‘I acted too soon,’” Coinbase Global Inc. chief legal officer Paul Grewal noted in a recent LinkedIn post

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