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  • Planning and preparing for a global investigation in a new heightened risk management Restricted access

    Conference

    Submitted: 08 May 2014

    The session looks at global investigations, including the nature and scope of an investigation, how to develop a plan and define roles of gatekeepers and in-house counsel.

  • The sun never sets on data protection Restricted access

    Conference

    Submitted: 08 May 2014

    Data protection laws are sprouting up around the world. This panel session provides an overview of data protection laws across African and Asian markets including China, Singapore, India and relevant African countries.

  • Hot topics in pensions and employee incentives Restricted access

    Conference

    Submitted: 08 May 2014

    Pensions and Employee Incentives are essential tools in designing market competitive remuneration programmes and key elements in attracting and retaining talent. In this session we look at some of the most effective approaches to remuneration design, some opportunities to enhance company value and some pitfalls to avoid.

  • The secret's out Restricted access

    Conference

    Submitted: 08 May 2014

    The European Commission is hoping to introduce a Directive by the end of 2014 that is intended to harmonise trade secrets law across Europe. We inform you of what you need to know and the changes the Directive will bring.

  • Get ready for Data Protection Regulation Restricted access

    Conference

    Submitted: 08 May 2014

    2014 is the year in which we are likely to see the passing of the long awaited Data Protection Regulation. This session highlights the key changes that the Regulation will bring and the practical steps that companies should consider in the lead up to its implementation.

  • Agile Software Development: key issues for developers and customers alike Restricted access

    Conference Call

    Submitted: 08 May 2014

    Agile’ software development methodologies are increasingly being used for software development projects instead of traditional ‘waterfall’ software development methodologies. This session focuses on the key issues associated with software development projects which use agile methodologies, considering both customer and supplier perspectives.

  • M&A/Corporate 101: the M&A process explained Restricted access

    Conference

    Submitted: 08 May 2014

    This session will cover the life cycle of an M&A deal, including confidentiality agreements, heads of terms, due diligence, negotiating the documents, completion and post-merger integration. This session is not purely for M&A practitioners, but is also designed for those who may come across M&A transactions, whether as targets, sellers or buyers, who need to understand the process and key pressure points.

  • Anti corruption update (including deferred prosecution agreements) Restricted access

    Conference

    Submitted: 08 May 2014

    This session examines recent developments in anti-corruption laws and enforcement.

  • The impact of the Unified Patent Court in the TMT sector Restricted access

    Conference

    Submitted: 08 May 2014

    The Unified Patent Agreement was signed in 2013 and the Unified Patent Court should come into existence late 2015 or early 2016. This will also be the date when patentees can start acquiring Unitary Patents. Both developments will make acquiring and enforcing patent rights in Europe easier but the impact of the new Court and the Unitary Patent is likely to differ in different technology areas.

  • Contract law workshop Restricted access

    Conference

    Submitted: 08 May 2014

    This workshop looks at the current state of the law in relation to termination, choice of law and dispute resolution clauses, and how English law on contractual obligations of good faith has developed since last year’s update. As part of this, we touch briefly upon recent developments in relation to repudiation of contract.

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