Managing ESG risks is becoming a hornet’s nest for legal departments, a sometimes overwhelming task that is forcing general counsel to decide where to devote their manpower.

ESG logoAs the range of environmental, social and governance risks expand, 99% of the 1,000 general counsel and chief legal officers surveyed in a new study by EY Law and Harvard University expect a sharp increase in the volume of work.

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