Staying cool under pressure
In-house lawyers' unique role within the company structure can often provide them with a valuable perspective in times of crisis. John Malpas reports on the often undervalued problem-solving ability of corporate counsel
The trouble with crisis management is that crises are, by their nature, unpredictable. But that does not mean that you should not plan for them, agreed a high-level panel of corporate counsel at the latest Martindale-Hubbell Counsel to Counsel roundtable, which took place in London.
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