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61 minutes
The Litigation Outlook
As the courts reopen and in-house counsel reevaluate their caseloads, we will take a look at what legal departments have been experiencing on the litigation front in terms of “old” as well as newly-brought cases.

General Counsel Conference

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Strategies for Determining the Right Time to Pursue Arbitration vs. Litigation
During this discussion, a panel of experts will share their views on the difficult decisions that in-house, especially general counsel, face as they weigh the cons and pros of whether and when a dispute is better suited for public litigation or private arbitration. Additionally, they will provide tips on what factors, in their experience, tend to sway the decision-making process one way or another.

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Analyzing the Latest Developments in Government Investigations and Enforcement
The SEC’s action of re-instituting the delegation of investigative enforcement authorities signals the potential for an uptick in both investigations and enforcement actions.

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Implementing Enterprise CLM Technology to Create an Efficient & Effective Legal Department
There is a growing need for legal professionals to simplify the complexities of their contract management. In particular, the desire to speed up contracting while better managing contractual risks and also freeing up invaluable to focus on higher-value, strategic work. This way, they can provide better risk guidance to steer important business decisions and ultimately drive revenue growth.

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The Legal Departments’ Role in Developing a Purposeful Corporate Culture
In the face of considerable cultural shifts and changing political landscapes spurring civil unrests, activist movements, etc., many companies are beginning to feel that it is expected of them to fortify their corporate citizenship status by making a stand. Additionally, it is expected of them to make good on that stand by changing their own internal culture and if needed, the way they do business. It then becomes a question from where within a company should these changes originate and who/which department should be responsible for implementing those changes?

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How Will Contract Automation Redefine the Traditional Attorney-Client Relationship?
Freeing up attorneys from boilerplate proofing is never a bad thing, but as machines begin to acquire deep learning capabilities, what does that mean for the future role of the contract attorney? What tasks will they be left with? Join us for this provocative session as our expert panelists ponder these questions and more.

Legalweek

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58 minutes
Innovation Culture Wars
In this revealing session, our expert panelists will share their varied experiences and perspectives on how to overcome some of the institutionalized norms and attitudes that make innovation a challenging (albeit gratifying) endeavor.

Legalweek

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Mitigating the Discovery Risks for the Hybrid Workforce
2020 fundamentally changed the way that businesses get work done. Everyone is now fully digitized, and dependent on Zoom, Microsoft, Slack, and mobile apps to engage with others and collaborate internally. This will have a profound impact on eDiscovery as we move toward a work-from-anywhere future. Join our panel as they discuss the implications, and share best practices to prepare for the future of work.

Legalweek

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Cost Center to Value Center: Managing Your Contracts as Assets - With an Eye on Risk & Compliance
With companies’ obligations, risk - and value - defined by their agreements nowadays, contracts should be treated as their most vital business assets. That is why in-house legal departments need deeper insight into every agreement - to manage their risk profile and make better business decisions.

Legalweek

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