Houthoff's research on the impact of climate change and the role of the in-house counsel in the Financial Times
19 June 2019
19 June 2019

The Financial Times recognises the value of our research on the impact of climate change and the role of the in-house counsel. We conducted the research, together with the NGB, in preparation of the In-house Counsel Monitor that was organised in May this year. Do in-house counsel expect their organisations to be faced with legal risks as a result of climate change?

Read the article in the Financial Times:
Should company lawyers do more on climate risk? | Financial Times 

Read our publication as a result of the research:
Publication In-house Counsel Monitor 2019 | Climate Change and the role of the in-house counsel

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