Legal risk, as we once understood it, is changing. Companies need to be prepared to respond faster so that better choices can be made sooner.
As we continue to untangle the impact of the financial crisis, companies are finally asking who should be looking after risk management.
The economic landscape looks fairly stark across the eurozone, as public budgets remain stubbornly austere and growth is a shadow of its former self.
Regulators investigating antitrust cases are reaching across borders, and fines are on the rise—businesses need to be ready.
We live in an increasingly networked world, from personal banking to government infrastructure. Protecting those networks is no longer optional.
The fortunes of the mining and metals markets may have shifted up and down in recent years, but now extraordinary opportunities are emerging.
Internal investigations are becoming increasingly commonplace, but how do you cope when they become global in nature?
Growth may still be on the cards for law firms but times—and the demands of clients—have changed and the legal profession needs to change with them.