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your company. Are you ready for it?
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58 The Widening Gap: The Unequal Growth
Rate in Gender and Racial Diversity
By Mark Roellig and Coco Xiao
Around the globe, corporations are overwhelmingly
looking to close the diversity gap. However, a disparity
remains between the growth of gender and racial diversity
— with gender diversity growing at a faster pace. By
decoding this phenomenon, in-house counsel can better
understand the impact of this shift, and adapt processes
to reap the benefits of having a truly diverse work force.
64 Planning for Disasters
By Priya Cherian Huskins and F. Lane Finch, Jr.
It’s true; in-house counsel are trained to expect the
unexpected — but what about when disaster strikes?
From cyber warfare to hurricanes, these catastrophic
events can, if left uninsured, cripple a company.
Planning for disaster can be a time-consuming
process. However, the pros of protection undoubtedly
outweigh the consequences of feeling unprepared.
74 Balancing Global Conflict Between
Privacy and Preservation Starts
with Information Governance
By Rachel Marmor, Jake Frazier, and Ted Barassi
The digital world is changing and, faced with the
looming threat of GDPR, legal departments everywhere
are struggling to keep up with the pace. However,
fear not; by painting a complete picture of company
data practices, in-house counsel can better assess
the requirements involved to ensure compliance.