2 Essential Personality Traits In-House Counsels Need to Thrive and Succeed in an Age of Artificial Intelligence and in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous World

James Lau, Chief Legal Officer, NatSteel Holdings Pte. Ltd., A TATA Enterprise, Singapore

Having set out my perspective on the impact and implications of artificial intelligence, machine learning and technology on the legal profession in Asia, and having highlighted the need for in-house counsels in Asia to continuously deliver value in order to thrive and succeed in an age of artificial intelligence (“AI”) and in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (“VUCA”) world, I would like to complete this topic by discussing 2 essential personality traits which in-house counsels need in order to thrive and succeed in an age of AI and in a VUCA world.

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Singapore IT Industry January 2020 Vol.13, No. 50, Winter 2020

James Lau

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James Lau Chief Legal Officer with 25 years both contentious and non-contentious international cross-border transactional and dispute-resolution experience acquired through a combination of private practice at industry-leading law firms and in-house roles at Fortune 500 Multinational Corporations.

NatSteel Holdings Pte. Ltd., A TATA Enterprise

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NatSteel® Holdings Pte. Ltd. is well-known Singapore subsidiary of TATA® Steel Limited, a Fortune 500 Company. TATA® Group’s total revenue in financial year 2016-2017 was USD100.39 billion, of which 64.14% was from outside India. Its key companies are TATA® Communications Services Limited, TATA® Motors Limited (of which Land Rover and Jaguar are part), TATA® Power Limited and TATA® Steel Limited.

Singapore IT Industry January 2020 Vol.13, No. 50, Winter 2020
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