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The role of the in-house counsel continues to transform to meet new challenges in relation to an increasingly global economy, financial turmoil and continually changing new technologies. It is essential for all in-house counsel to be informed of the latest developments and to possess effective, budget-conscious strategies for managing the legal and practical business matters of corporate law departments, while adding value to the enterprise.
What You Will Learn
- Latest Developments in legal operations with a focus on the latest technology and innovations, e.g. Hogan Lovell’s acquisition
- Developments in class, collective government cases and investigations, and how to manage crisis cases
- Supreme Court cases that will impact Corporate America
- Handling crises, including cyber crisis
- Developments in governance- the new paradigm
- Managing the challenging privacy environment, including the EC Global Data Privacy Rights implementation
Who Should Attend
This program is designed to address the concerns of seasoned corporate in-house and outside counsel. Leading General Counsel of major corporations will share insight and guidance on the cutting-edge issues and concerns of corporate law departments.
- Lunch with featured speaker: John P. Cronan, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice
- Network with General Counsel from leading corporations
Program Level: Overview
Intended Audience: This program is designed to address the concerns of seasoned corporate in-house and outside counsel. Leading General Counsel of major corporations will share insight and guidance on the cutting-edge issues and concerns of corporate law departments.
Prerequisites: An interest in understanding legal issues specific to in-house counsel.
Advanced Preparation: None