Steering a global ship
Building an effective cross-border legal department is not just important to the company and its stakeholders, global general counsel are increasingly recognising that their own personal and professional reputation is on the line. Susan Hackett looks at some of the philosophies that guide the structure of the global legal department
In a highly-charged prosecutorial environment, there is an ever greater scrutiny of the lawyer’s role and their proper conduct in the representation of the client.
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