Crowell & Moring has released Litigation Forecast 2020: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know for the Coming Year. The eighth-annual Forecast provides forward-looking insights from leading Crowell & Moring lawyers to help legal departments anticipate and respond to challenges that might arise in the year ahead.

For 2020, the Forecast focuses on how the digital revolution is giving rise to new litigation risks, and it explores trends in employment non-competes, the future of stare decisis, the role of smartphones in investigations and litigation, and more.

The article focusing on government contracts, “Government and Industry Tensions Around Intellectual Property,” explores how rules related to intellectual property in government contracting are quite different than they are in the commercial space and discusses why contractors should expect to see more IP-related litigation.

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