SSQ has the resources to assist leaders of corporate legal functions in positioning Legal to help drive business strategy at every level of the organization through design and processes.
Whether it is formulating a corporate legal strategy, mapping and optimizing legal processes, retooling legal resources, or creating a roadmap to integrating into data-driven decision making, we can facilitate the transformation of Legal into a strategic function.
Below are recent examples of what we have successfully done for our clients.
Advised a major global media conglomerate on transforming their legal function, including designing its corporate legal strategies, implementing legal process management projects, and facilitating exchanges and analysis of the legal function’s effort vs. impact on businesses
Collaborated and delivered workshops for a multinational business on corporate legal strategies and legal process management
Supported the AP President of a multinational business in redesigning and strengthening the role played by Legal in the global structure to integrate with the BUs and functions at the regional level
Delivered workshops to a multinational emerging from a demerger on the challenges of their legal function and structure, and on AI and blockchain
Helped a multinational FMCG company to review their China legal team structure, study the legal talent pool and benchmark different legal departments in the industry for reshuffling its whole legal department
Assisted a Chinese company in building different legal teams from scratch both within China and overseas, including the establishment of its legal department in Europe
Provided compensation consulting services to a world-renowned internet company, analyzing its legal team’s existing compensations, and tailor-making an industry compensation report that incorporated the future challenges and expectations of the organization
Advised a European luxury group entering the China market on designing a competitive compensation system for its legal department, in order to hire its general counsel and rapidly build up the department