Optimizing the Legal Spend: A Better Approach for GCs

19 Jan , 2022

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Given the current state of law firm economics and the surge in demand for legal services, those in charge of corporate legal departments would be wise to reframe their fiscal mandates. Instead of looking to take a hatchet to their budgets for outside counsel, GCs should be focused on optimizing the legal spend and viewing their lawyers and law firms as assets to be leveraged. 

This webinar, presented by Seth Darmstadter, Chicago Office Managing Partner at Michelman & Robinson, LLP, provides a game plan as to how GCs can derive a return on their legal spend investments.

 

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