From blockchain and cryptocurrency to GDPR and regulatory expertise, in-house lawyers will be able to hear updates on a range of legal issues at Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ Birmingham conference on October 16.
Held at the Maple House Conference Centre in the heart of the city, the Essential Updates for In House Lawyers event runs from 8.30am to 3pm, and features a contribution by Joanne Cracknell, Associate Director of FINEX Global for Willis Towers Watson, on the risks and opportunities of cryptocurrencies.
Chaired by Elizabeth Beatty, partner in HCR’s dispute resolution team, the event will offer advice from the firm’s experts, including regulatory specialist, tips on how to ensure organisations avoid GDPR fines and an update on document automation from Charles Drayson.
Nicola McNeely will lead an interactive discussion on blockchain, and corporate partner Inger Anson will give an essential overview of M&A. Workshops on TUPE and its practical application and on anti-bribery and corruption compliance will follow, along with the chance to network with others facing similar challenges.
Elizabeth Beatty said: “Many of the issues we will be discussing are right at the heart of business now and for the future; it promises to be an excellent day with plenty of interactive sessions. For those who would like an individual discussion with one of our experts, we will be happy to arrange that on the day.”
To book, please visit https://www.hcrlaw.com/event/in-house-conference-birmingham/