In-house Legal Operations

Who won Luxury Law Awards 2024 – and why

The top brands, law firms, legal teams and individuals honoured at Luxury Law Summit London

AI, NFTs, Stradivarius violins and a fashion revolution at Wimbledon: more key takeaways from Luxury Law Summit London

Maura O’Malley reports from London’s premier luxury law conference, which explored how the sector is innovating

BT Group offers automatic panel spot to firm that makes best use of AI

Latest roster reduced from 15 to 11 firms; carrot of free place for most tech-savvy firm offered for next review

US ski resort operator Vail Resorts promotes deputy to GC

Julie DeCecco will replace David Shapiro, who is leaving the company later this month

Around the house: ABB poaches Holcim’s legal head as latest GC, US firetruck-maker REV Group ends GC hunt

This week’s roundup of top in-house moves also includes appointments at Falcon’s Beyond, S&S Activewear, Amarin and The Oberkotter Foundation

Around the house: Albertsons taps CVS Health for new GC, Coursera promotes deputy GC to head legal team

This week’s roundup of top in-house moves also includes appointments at G1 Therapeutics, Rockland Trust Company, Skyryse and Uplight

GCs dissatisfied with law firms' flexible resourcing, technology says report

Law firms should leverage technology to improve responsiveness and help clients extract value from data, says new report from Simmons & Simmons

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Greenwashing risk is only going to increase: Debevoise & Plimpton's Ulysses Smith on the challenges of new ESG rules

ESG guide editor Ulysses Smith discusses the evolving ESG landscape and what that means for clients

How legal departments can partner with their business to lead on ESG

Legal teams should help join the dots on ESG issues across all parts of the business, writes KPMG's Stuart Fuller

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More UK in-house teams plan to cut legal spend than most global peers, study shows

Economic worries are higher among UK corporate legal departments, according to a Thomson Reuters survey

Almost half of US lawyers see no rate increases in 2022, Wolters Kluwer report shows

Some 27% of law firm timekeepers saw no increase, while 13% saw average rates go down

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News | US