Pain... but some gain for in-house counsel
Despite business conditions, most in-house departments are handling more work rather than less and almost 50% of senior in-house lawyers believe that the economic climate is set to improve in the next year. Philip Hoult reports on the findings of the Legal Director 2003 Business Confidence survey
In-house lawyers working for leading UK businesses are facing increased workloads despite the economic slowdown, the latest Legal Director Benchmarker has found.
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