With the advent of increasing corporate efficiency analysis and spend reduction targets in a non-revenue producing position, a new recipe for in-house litigation counsel is the evolving rule of the road. Litigation counsel transitioning to an in-house position are now required to possess a dramatically increased set of knowledge, responsibilities and skills bridging the gap between law and technology.

This article opens the discussion on what transitioning in-house litigation counsel need to understand and master in order to be successful in their new role and with their business counterparts.

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