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Have you ever received a surprise invoice from a software supplier issuing an audit that you mistakenly agreed to? If you haven’t, you will. In an effort to combat this growing trend, in-house counsel should modernize their software management processes, and negotiate the terms of any audit clause to protect both the business and the budget.
Could people’s identities be verified by a unique biometric? And would all transactions be recorded on blockchain? Tech Toolbox Columnist Gregory Stern hypothesizes what the not-too-distant future might hold.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding private client work across a range of jurisdictions.
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