Survey of top general counsel highlights panel cutbacks and 'production line' approach
Rising demands on businesses to cuts costs will see general counsel dramatically re-engineer their legal functions over the next decade, according to new research from Oxford University's Said Business School. The report was compiled from interviews with fifty-two general counsel from a range of bluechip businesses in the US and the UK, including Citi, BP, Barclays, Goldman Sachs, Shell, HSBC and Sony Ericsson.
Rising demands on businesses to cuts costs will see general counsel dramatically re-engineer their legal functions over the next decade, according to new research from Oxford University’s Said Business School.
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