What General Counsels Are Telling Us About Innovation

The business landscape has been going through a constant and sometimes unpredictable change. In-house counsel are anticipating to drive stability and value, and act as business partners, not just legal advisers. 

Legal departments are adapting and calling for highly innovative law firms, particularly in times of global crisis. Innovative firms are able to support in-house counsel by working in concert to develop fresh strategies to meet client business goals. 

Law firms need to be partners who can think through the unexpected outcomes and inevitable changes that come with crises such as the current pandemic, and must also support legal departments that find themselves strapped for resources while facing novel issues. 

In this all-hands-on-deck situation, Hogan Lovells is developing new ways to support their clients as they help support the efforts in the COVID-19 battle. 

Are you interested in learning more about how Hogan Lovells is guiding its clients through this global pandemic? Be sure to check out this Law.com article. 

Victoria Ostrander
Assistant Editor
The American Lawyer | National Law Journal | Corporate Counsel
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