Today’s general counsel shoulder a great deal of responsibility for the legal well-being of some of the world’s largest and most complex corporations. And if current trends hold, they will continue to become even bigger players in corporate strategy and risk management in the years to come.
It’s a select group, especially those who make it into the elite ranks of our survey of the best-compensated GCs. And since compensation components vary so much from year to year, a compensation king (or queen, perhaps one of these years) may not reign for very long.
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