80% of GCs see cost as important but most slow to measure value and efficiency of efforts
Fewer than half of general counsel are taking steps to drive down legal spend, despite the fact 80% acknowledge the importance of being more cost-effective, according to new research. Nabarro’s second annual report on attitudes among general counsel found that only 45% of respondents were actively addressing the cost effectiveness of both external legal spend and the legal function as a whole.
Flagship report from Nabarro finds many GCs struggle to develop practical tools to deliver value
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