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Crowell & Moring has issued its Regulatory Forecast 2018: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know for the Coming Year.

The section focusing on government contracts, Will Purchasing Be Streamlined?” provides an overview of how the procurement process might be made more efficient, and this time, government contractors might be able to weigh in on the changes.

It is clear digital technology is driving the future of business across a wide range of industries while Washington, as well as state and global regulators, is forging the appropriate balance between fostering innovation and protecting consumers. This report is the companion piece to the firm’s 2018 Litigation Forecast, which was published in January and also focused on the opportunities and challenges general counsel face in navigating the Big Data revolution.

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Crowell & Moring has issued its Litigation Forecast 2018: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know for the Coming Year.”

The government contracts section of the Forecast, “Contractors: Getting Their Due,” focuses on how more companies are disputing federal payments in court as a result of the increased competition for government contracts. The article notes that corporate legal departments are viewing recovery claims as a method for recouping funds owed to them and ultimately moving from a cost-and-compliance center to potentially becoming a revenue center.

The Forecast explores the important litigation trends and challenges that businesses may face in 2018, and it features an in-depth look at how data-driven innovation is driving new opportunities and risks for clients across industries.

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