Today’s corporate counsel do battle with multiple risks on numerous fronts. Whether it’s facing off against cybercriminals or government regulators, defending the enterprise involves time, energy and money. A new survey from Grant Thornton LLP, the U.S. member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd., an independent tax, audit and advisory firm, shows that in-house counsel looking to handle growing corporate challenges are facing serious budget shortfalls.

Grant Thornton’s “2014 Corporate General Counsel Survey” was conducted earlier this year and administered online by ALM Marketing Services (which is part of Corporate Counsel’s parent company, ALM). It drew responses from more than 250 in-house attorneys at public and private companies in the U.S., from a range of different industries and with a range of revenue levels.

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