The Association of Corporate Counsel has released a member flash poll on how legal departments are dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic on matters ranging from working remotely to coping with supply chain disruptions.

About 68% of respondents felt their departments were “very well prepared” to transition to remote work during the coronavirus crisis, and just under 27% reported that their departments were “somewhat prepared,” according to the poll of 5,000 randomly selected members, from which they received 277 valid responses.

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