It is Tuesday morning. Yesterday you were told the company plans to outsource the legal department. You have until Friday to demonstrate that the legal function offers the best value for money for the company. What do you do?
Tuesday morning and you have spent Monday mining your information sources within the company to acquire the source materials your friend Pete, a former business development director at the company, has suggested for the proposal due on Friday for Derek, the finance director. Besides the internal materials, you have statistics from reports that have already assessed the perceived value of in-house lawyers to the board.
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