It is no secret that corporate counsel wear many hats. Their daily duties often include a foray into financial, business development and compliance matters, making them uniquely dressed to advise on matters beyond technical legal issues.

Now more than ever, this fluid role is essential. Thanks to the Business Roundtable, the purpose of corporations is expanding, and it is only natural that boards and officers will turn to the versatile corporate counsel for guidance.

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