“CLI – Corporate Legal Insights” enables in-depth insight into current legal challenges, trends and successful measures and strategies. These systematically developed solutions are placed in a corporate context and discussed with top decision-makers from business, politics, trade unions and associations. Results are adapted to reflect individual industry or company-specific situations because at the end of the day, readers of any study want to know: “What do the results of this study actually mean for our company?”
CLI studies focus on a specific legal topic and combine empirical study results derived from the practical experience of legal departments with the expertise of renowned specialized experts from leading law firms, alternative law providers, legal departments, and applied science. This unique combination of figures, best practices, specialized expertise, and case studies directly based on the practice of business and economic law provides decision-makers in legal departments with new approaches and perspectives.
Empirical data collected during personal interviews with general counsel, heads of legal departments, and corporate legal departments from companies located in Germany and throughout Europe that vary in size and operate in diverse industries. The survey covers questions concerning challenges, trends, strategies, and measures based on in-house legal practical experience.
Expert knowledge on legal classification, analysis, and evaluation of current legal topics based on case studies from the practical experience of legal departments as well as derivation and evaluation of effective measures and methods.
83,5% of respondents believe agile working will be indispensable in the future
In view of today’s labor laws, data protection regulations and existing management structures and competencies, how can companies establish a solid position now for the agile world of tomorrow? Learn more in this study.
Over 70% of legal departments consider the introduction of legal technology to be indispensable
Only 3% are already strategically working on and with appropriate solutions – what do these look like? Learn more in this study.
Few legal solutions for agile working
Solutions in today’s working world are increasingly being developed on company-wide joint development platforms. In doing so, project teams use different agile methods. German law has provided few solutions for this form of cooperation to date.
German companies expect more attacks by activist investors
Two thirds of Germany-based companies do not have an emergency plan in the event of an investor attack. Complex business models increase the risk of a short attack.
Digital progress has long since found its way into our working world. Companies are facing enormous challenges. How should they organize themselves in the future? What stimulus is needed for leadership and working methods in order to react quickly and appropriately to the new technologies and market changes? Agile working is a core solution for meeting the challenges of digitalization. But are companies well positioned for the agile world in view of today’s labor laws, data protection regulations, and existing management structures and competencies?
The study looks at these key issues and examines the question of how company lawyers can deal with legal restrictions.
Our upcoming studies will be examining annual general meetings and global post-merger integration/carve-outs. Legal experts will be interviewed with the aim of providing classification, analysis and evaluation on both topics. Case studies taken from practice and empirical results provide sound legal insight. From practical experience for practical application.