Hosted by Torkin Manes, the 13th annual General Counsel Roundtable focused the conversation on the impact of technology on in-house departments. Whether it’s the day-to-day running of, and demands of the business, or looking forward to the impact of blockchain or artificial intelligence, in-house lawyers are feeling the pressure of figuring out what it all means to them, their teams and the business units they serve.
In the push to embrace technology, lawyers, and perhaps in-house lawyers especially, find themselves caught in the middle of trying to adopt new tools and processes to help them get more work done efficiently, but at the same time weighing the risks of doing work in ways that may seem risky or too far ahead of what external counsel are offering in the way of advice.
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