When two companies merge, it can be a daunting and challenging process to fully integrate the law departments of the pre-merger entities and form a new department that meets the needs of the merged company. It is a lengthy and time-consuming process that requires leadership and many different types of skills.

It also requires an understanding of the merged company’s vision and strategic goals; an understanding of the culture of both companies prior to merger; an understanding of the merged company’s products and services; and integration planning.

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