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Houston @ The Houstonian Hotel, Tuesday January 23, 2018
Atlanta @ The Four Seasons Hotel, Wednesday January 24, 2018
Chicago @ Palmer House Hotel, Thursday January 25, 2018

Program: 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Join us for a discussion with experienced professionals who have advised US multinationals around the world.

Global businesses face a series of tough challenges. Increase your chances of getting to the next level when faced with issues such as cross-border data sharing, cybersecurity, corporate reorganizations, cross-border M&A, disputes and fraud. We look forward to sharing best practices and learning from each other.

With 66 offices in 32 countries, Eversheds Sutherland is a global law practice with the breadth and depth of experience to help businesses effectively manage both opportunities and challenges.

Discover how we can help you succeed in navigating challenging landscapes, whether in mature or emerging markets

We will be covering hot topics:

  • How to manage an international criminal crisis
  • Managing the cross-border M&A deal
  • Your legal tech journey
  • Protecting and sharing information globally

Upping your game to support the global strategy of your business

During this interactive seminar, you will obtain first-hand legal and business insight from serious players who can help you navigate the world in which you operate. We hope to see you there.

CLE offered

For the full program see below:

  • Registration and coffee

  • Welcome

  • Keynote speaker

  • How to manage an international criminal crisis

    The session will cover:

    • Dealing with the whistle-blower - What are the options?
    • Launching the investigation – How to provide your work product and maintain legal profession privilege? Who should be in the inner circle and how to ensure not to tip off suspects? What if it is a senior board member?
    • How do you deal with the suspects? When should you notify them, suspend them, interview them and start disciplinary proceedings?
    • Money laundering – How to deal with the receipt of monies from any tainted commercial contracts?
    • International issues – How to review material? What pitfalls can be encountered?
    • Self-report or not? When is it required to protect the company and limit liability?
  • Coffee break

  • Managing the cross-border M&A deal

    In a strong global environment, increased competition for international assets highlights the need to balance a robust diligence approach with nimble decision-making processes. The session will explore current market trends and provide real-life examples of navigating key deal obstacles, including locked box pricing mechanisms, representation and warranty insurance and termination fees. Whether you are buying, selling or considering a joint-venture, this session will also explain how technology tools can enhance project management efficiency in any deal, saving time and costs while ensuring risks are managed and work-streams are kept in focus.

    Experienced US and international attorneys will discuss critical issues such as antitrust and regulatory conditions, tax structuring considerations, the potential pitfalls regarding the measure of damages, and special considerations for carve-outs and divestitures.

  • Networking lunch

  • Your legal tech journey

    An interactive session on how legal technology can enhance the service you provide.

  • Protecting and sharing information globally

    Data is more valuable than ever, and more vulnerable. The development of unprecedented ways to collect, store and use digital information is not only on the agenda of businesses, but also on the radar of individuals who are increasingly concerned by the cybersecurity and privacy risks this poses. As the opportunities for Big Data grow, so too do the challenges and global regulatory requirements.

    With the New York State Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation, the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), cybersecurity laws in Singapore and China, as well as other regulations around the world and within the United States, there are real “teeth” to the issue of data protection and cyber security. New York requires senior officer or Board sign off on cybersecurity plans and programs, for example, and the European GDPR carries a harsh penalty regime including:

    • Mandatory breach disclosure causing immediate reputational damage
    • Greatly increased regulatory powers (including fines of up to 4% of annual global turnover)
    • The ability for data subjects to claim compensation (including by way of class action litigation)

    This interactive and engaging scenario based workshop will help you navigate the rapidly emerging global patchwork of regulations, and will provide practical, business focused tips on how to approach this challenging threat and regulatory environment.

  • Close

Houston @ The Houstonian Hotel, Tuesday January 23, 2018
Atlanta @ The Four Seasons Hotel, Wednesday January 24, 2018
Chicago @ Palmer House Hotel, Thursday January 25, 2018


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