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General counsel are starting to ‘unbundle’ legal work in a bid to improve efficiency, though some remain cautious, research from Ashurst shows.
How panel firms and in-house teams can use IT to collaborate; and risk-managing social media.
Vast majority of private practice lawyers say their clients are not paid the full sum awarded.
Former Liberty director, who led an inquiry into racism, also recommends the creation of a legal panel.
In-house lawyers must be able to operate comfortably in the grey areas of business uncertainty.
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