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18 Dec 2019

Today, the job of in-house lawyer is no longer restricted to managing the legal risk associated with the business that they work within. They now work as vital business partners, participating in problems relating to corporate strategy, such as capital allocation, competitive strategy, new items, and advancing technologies. It is therefore little surprise that demand for in-house legal counsel has risen significantly within the local corporate landscape.

Frequently, companies seek out private legal counsel only when a need arises. It is a reactive endeavour that doesn’t address the million and one issue that could and often do pop up during routine staff and management interactions on a daily basis.

An in-house...