Bloomberg Law Leadership Forums Archive
October 4, 2018
Internal and external sources of risk have elevated the stakes that all business leaders must anticipate and mitigate. On October 4th, Bloomberg Law’s In-House Forum East brings together leading corporate counsel to discuss the expanded role of the legal department to engage stakeholders across the business spectrum and the innovations in the legal departments that ensure positive impact in protecting and growing their businesses. Leveraging Bloomberg Law’s analysis and bringing together experts across the industry in New York, this forum provides corporate counsel the opportunity to focus on creating a strategy and culture that raises awareness of where threats come from and rapidly responds to investigations when they arise. As you network with peers, and hear from our speakers you’ll find insights on how to engage the executive team, prepare your legal team, and set up a risk management process that is innovative, responsive to the times, and anticipates the future threats.
June 27, 2018
On June 27, Bloomberg Law Big Law Business will convene legal industry leaders to discuss the key challenges facing corporate counsel today at the Bloomberg Law In-House Forum.
In-house counsel are facing increasing pressure to step up as business executives and their input in the company’s policies and functions is essential to business success. Corporate legal departments must balance complying with rapidly evolving regulations, managing internal issues, and overall business goals.
May 23, 2018
For the 4th year, the Bloomberg Law Leadership Forum is the premier event for legal industry leaders to come together and understand how global economic and regulatory changes impact their business. The Forum delivers marketing-leading news and legal analysis, tailored for legal industry leaders.
Today’s multinationals face a volatile regulatory environment and host of challenges in navigating investigations and enforcement. Global political uncertainty is high, and both regulators and investors are scrutinizing corporations to an unprecedented degree. Rapid changes in policy from Washington mean outcomes are more difficult than ever to forecast.
Unique in bringing together executives in corporate legal departments and law firms, the 2018 Forum features an update on current regulatory priorities, a look at where corporate risk is rising, and an exploration of the technology and management tools legal counsel need to respond effectively.
- Chairman Jay Clayton, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
- Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, U.S. Department of Justice
- Marcy Cohen, Managing Director and Chief Legal Officer, ING Americas
- Noah Perlman, Global Head of Financial Crimes, Morgan Stanley
- Katherine Choo, Chief Investigative & Anti-Corruption Counsel, GE