The Law Society, Tuesday May 14th, London



 The IICJ annual conference will gather together Senior In-House Counsel, Editorial Board Members, Authors and Subscribers to the International In-house Counsel Journal. Hosted at the Law Society in London delegates will be able to network with their peers and to formulate their own strategies to develop their in-house legal function.


Bringing together senior in-house counsel, this conference will provide you with an ideal opportunity to discover the strategies and solutions companies are adopting across the full range in-house counsel management issues.


Focusing on "hot” topics such as Compliance, Competition, Company Law, IP strategy, Corporate Governance and Managing the in-house counsel function this interactive day will enable delegates to learn the latest strategies being adopted in-house.


Here's a preview of what to expect:

























Who will be attending:

Senior In-house Counsel drawn from all business sectors across Europe are expected to attend. With the exception of the conference sponsors all those attending will be in-house counsel.

Hear how Siemens have redefined their compliance system to "Prevent – Detect – Respond and deliver  Continuous Improvement".


Learn about competition strategies from BP who will explore recent developments and give practical guidance for In-house Counsel on cartels, other anti-competitive agreements, abuse of a dominant position, market investigations and merger control from a UK, EU and global perspective.


Discover how Airwave Get the Best out of External IP Counsel and by careful management of the IP portfolio the Internal and External Counsel can glean real commercial benefits for the company.


Lord Davidson QC will examine how the globalising economy is influencing corporate governance in its various models. An assessment of the approaches to accountability of boards of directors to various stakeholders, the role of non-executive directors and corporate committees and current trends in corporate governance.


Michael Todd QC will provide an update on recent developments in company law, including the relaxation of the capital maintenance rules in the Companies Act 2006


 A panel debate led by Jeremy Evans will explore in-house management strategies

Conference Sponsors

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