In-house innovation in the post-crisis world
With compliance and risk management having soared up the agenda since the financial crisis, in-house lawyers have rarely been so in demand. At the same time, in a tough economic climate, rarely have they been forced to operate under such cost pressures. It was this paradox around which the debate centred at Legal Week's Corporate Counsel Forum Europe, held in September at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hampshire.
General counsel met in September to talk about how their roles will move forward in a post-crisis world. Alex Aldridge reports
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