More than one-in-three chief legal officers (CLOs) and general counsel (GCs) say their companies adjusted plans to enter new markets following geopolitical events in the last year, and nearly half said they plan to terminate a law firm for underperformance in the year ahead, the ACC CLO 2017 Survey, released yesterday, reported.
Ninety-five percent of chief legal officers stated their law department insources contract management, according to the ACC Chief Legal Officers 2016 Survey. And this year, contracts saw a big increase in the percentage of individuals who cite this as their primary practice, with 64 percent of respondents identifying it as their primary discipline.
Guest Blogger: K Royal is privacy counsel at Align Technology, Inc. She is also the co-secretary of the ACC Health Law Committee. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you pay attention to any type of information sharing – news, emails, social media – you have heard something about at least one breach of data… Continue Reading