Three in four in-house lawyers expect companies to spend more on compliance in coming years
Almost 75% of senior in-house lawyers expect their business’s compliance spend to rise during the next five years, according to new research.
Corporate fines in the US, UK and Europe are on an upward trajectory. In the UK, US-style deferred prosecution agreements have been introduced and new corporate sentencing guidelines for economic crime, health and safety, corporate manslaughter and environmental offences have led to a significant jump in corporate fines.
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