How the financial crisis changed the role of in-house lawyers
The cost of getting legal risk wrong has never been greater, presenting major new challenges for general counsel
The financial crisis in 2008 fundamentally changed the working environment for in-house legal teams. The last seven years have already seen a swathe of cost reductions and operational improvements, but the full effect of the crisis is only now being felt by in-house teams and their outside counsel.
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