How are corporate legal and compliance leaders setting priorities in such troubled global socioeconomic times?  Uncertainty has been felt for a long while now and digital advancements add new competencies and complexity to the leader’s role and mission.  Enter the Pandemic, which moves both factors in countless directions, creating new roles, opportunities and risks for in-house counsel and their employers.

In the last six weeks we discussed this phenomenon with more than 80 global corporate legal and compliance leaders in virtual roundtables.  Part 1 of this two-part article shares findings and insights relating to the focus on technology and digital advancement found in our discussions.  Part 2 will focus on insights and approaches to top legal and regulatory risks, addressing resource challenges for legal/compliance functions.  You’ll find some on-the-record comments from those pictured above.

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