Corporate lawyers are on the first line of company’s defence. Lawyers are often involved in drafting the agreements, primary documentation, developing business processes, tax optimisation projects, etc. An in-house lawyer can be involved in any of these situations as an accomplice or even an organiser-initiator of a certain scheme. Especially if one of the papers is signed by such a lawyer.
- What other risks do corporate lawyers of Ukrainian companies have to face on a daily basis?
- What share of in-house lawyers reports excessive risks in their daily professional activities?
- How to prevent dangerous situations during the performance of official duties?
Read about these and other aspects of the risky reality of a professional corporate lawyer in a large analytical article by Tetiana Andrianova, Head of the Corporate Security Committee at Octava Capital Group, CEO of Nota Group — specially for readers of the European Business Association https://bit.ly/3yZzI5I