Bloomberg Law
Aug. 7, 2020, 12:26 PM

Wake Up Call: Legal Departments Don’t Plan Spending Cut: Survey

Rick Mitchell
Rick Mitchell
Freelance Correspondent

In today’s column, in-house lawyers are struggling with an increased workload during the Covid-19 crisis, a survey finds; the pandemic has caused Asian-Pacific law firms to accelerate innovations; Baker Mckenzie started a U.S. practice group to advise tenants and landlords on lease negotiations and disputes; Nevada’s going ahead with its online test next week after the state’s top court rejected recent law grads’ petition for diploma privilege; Latham & Watkins poached Simpson Thacher & Bartlett’s Palo Alto-based tax practice leader.

  • Leading off, the majority of corporate legal departments responding to a recent survey said they don’t plan to reduce spending ...

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