With the business landscape undergoing constant and sometimes unpredictable change, in-house counsel are expected to drive value and stability and act as business partners, not just legal advisers.

Innovative law firms can support in-house counsel by working in concert to develop fresh strategies to meet their clients’ business goals. Firms must be partners who can think through the unexpected outcomes and inevitable changes that come with crises such as COVID-19, and they must support legal departments that find themselves strapped for resources while facing novel issues.

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