Legal teams are comprised of some of a company’s most valuable resources, yet these highly trained, intelligent employees can often lack a place at the decision making table. This is ludicrous and defies logic. Why does this happen? Is it because the legal team is a ‘cost centre’ the resources of which should be kept to a minimum? Or is it because the legal team is sometimes seen as the ‘Department of No’ by the company within which they work?
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