Luncheon: How In-house Departments Are Driving Change
|| Annual GC Panel: How In-house Departments Are Driving Change
||Kaley E. Green [Fogler, Rubinoff LLP]
||Sep 07, 2017 12:00 PM America/Eastern
||Sep 07, 2017 02:00 PM America/Eastern
||Annual GC Panel: How In-house Departments are Driving Change
The role of General Counsel is ever-evolving. In addition to acting as chief legal advisor, risk manager and corporate conscience, in-house leaders must manage the legal department's budget, develop and retain talent, and keep up with technology and other tools to meet their organization's expanding legal needs more efficiently and effectively.
At the same time, with leaner teams, in-house departments can implement change faster than many law firms – and they are demanding their legal service providers keep up.
How well are we keeping up?
Join your LMA colleagues on Thursday, September 7 (note change of location for this meeting) to learn how some of Canada's top in-house counsel will respond to this question, among others. Find out what new organizational demands and management priorities in-house leaders are focusing on. Then take these insights back to your firms to build truly creative solutions that meet these new client needs.
•Jean Cumming, Editor-in-Chief/Market Director, Lexpert®
•Ingrid Minott, Legal Counsel, Deloitte LLP
•Tara Rosenblatt, Deputy General Counsel, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Fund
•Robert Willetts, Assistant General Counsel, Americas/Europe, Vale Limited
This Luncheon is generously sponsored by: Lexpert and Canadian Lawyer
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