Bloomberg Law

In-House Forum East


Investigations: Emerging Trends, New Approaches

The Bloomberg Law In-House Forum East is an exclusive full-day live event for general counsel who are actively seeking insights and analysis on how the latest legal and business developments will impact the way they lead their legal departments. By convening top executives and providing the best of Bloomberg Law’s reporting and analysis, this event provides general counsel with the opportunity to meet colleagues across industry sectors, including finance, health care, and professional services; hear best practices; and explore case studies that are practical and timely.

The Conversation You Should Expect From Us:
In-house counsel and other legal industry leaders will share strategic insights on effectively managing internal and external investigations to protect their businesses and clients. The forum will provide insights on new developments and approaches for investigations, managing risk during investigations, and what happens when investigations fail.

About You:
You are an in-house legal industry leader. We invite you to attend the In-House Forum East to join and inform conversations with your peers: senior leaders from corporate legal departments.

You are business-minded and strategic, leading your legal department as well as protecting your business as one of its key leaders. At the Bloomberg Law In-House Forums, our approach is to consider the executives in our audience and onstage as not only legal leaders but also full business partners and strategic advisers to the C-suite.


UPDATE: Registration for this event has closed.

October 2, 2019
8:00 AM – 4:45 PM
Networking reception to follow

Bloomberg L.P.
731 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY

Continuing Education Credits

Earn up to 5.0 CLE credits

Who Should Attend:

Senior business leaders in the legal profession, including in-house counsel and executives.

In order to facilitate an open, peer-to-peer dialogue and provide a valuable learning experience for participants, registration is only open to in-house counsel and executives, and limited number of industry thought leaders, as well as conference sponsors. Bloomberg Law reserves the right to refuse any registrations not meeting our qualifications.