MANAGEMENT FORUM: Unscrambling the Egg
Is the role of in-house counsel changing in the new technology age and how do the traditional skills of the lawyer fit into the new economy? James Butler, legal director and company secretary at internet bank Egg, says by imaginative and creative use of traditional legal skills, in-house lawyers have an increasingly vital role to play in every stage of the business process as companies grapple with the uncharted waters of the e-commerce age
You need people – and this includes lawyers, who are an essential part of the team – who are willing to step into the future and face all the uncertainties and risks of doing something new
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