New, more potent strains of COVID-19 aren’t just altering office return policies. The persistent virus is changing the chief legal officer role. 

“To a certain extent, general counsel must also now act as a chief medical officer in interpreting the guidance of various regulatory and advisory bodies, which definitely goes beyond our normal remit or training,” said Don Riddick, Atlanta-based chief legal officer of tech firm Featurespace. 

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