GCs are flirting with the Big Four - but they remain wary
As giant accounting firms make new forays into the legal industry, in-house attorneys are giving more thought to offering the EYs and PwCs of the world their business
Within the past couple of months, Adobe Systems Inc. has taken a less traditional path in handling some of its corporate legal work overseas. The company has shifted some matters away from traditional international and regional law firms and hired one of the Big Four accounting firms to take on this work instead.
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