The threat landscape is intensifying and with the impending GDPR, securing confidential data – both yours and your clients – is a major concern for law firms and the professional services sector.
iManage Security Policy Manager allows you to manage your global security policies, at scale, by establishing secure, policy-driven, permission-based access to the data to meet today’s increasing client demands.
Join us for a review of iManage Security Policy Manager and learn about:
In this no-cost online seminar you will discover
The 3 Limiting Factors that could be stopping you from getting more clients and increasing profits and keeping you working too many hours
How to use the 3 Essential Elements of a Profitable Practice to overcome these limiting factors
A simple, 3 step process to plan out what you need to do next so you can have more clients and more profits without working more hours.
Microsoft’s hybrid platform is set to revolutionise the industry and the ways in which we will use cloud for business. Join us as we host an interactive webinar exploring the newly launched Azure Stack and what it can do for your IT infrastructure and wider organisation. Pulsant’s Microsoft Cloud Strategy Director, Stuart Nielsen-Marsh, is hosting the session and will discuss:
Our guest speaker for this webinar will be Amy Bell, Chair of the Law Society AML Action Task Force and compliance expert. Amy worked for many years as a solicitor before moving into compliance and eventually launching her own firm. A leading figure helping law firms adapt to the changing legal landscape, Amy is also the author of the Law Society’s E-learning and Toolkit on the Bribery Act.
This informative webinar will be focussed on:
You are invited to an exclusive Thomson Reuters live webinar
18 October 2017, 13:00pm (GMT)
With Brexit fast approaching and coming in to full effect, Thomson Reuters legal would kindly like to invite you to our upcoming Webinar: Brexit and the choice of law and jurisdiction clauses: views from Germany, Ireland and Italy.
The panel will discuss:
About the panel
Chaired by: Joanna Morris, Director, Commissioning Content
Joanna joined Practical Law in 2000 after having been in private practice and in-house. She was editor of PLC Magazine until 2013 when she became Director of Commissioning. She is currently also responsible for Practical Law’s Brexit coverage.
Chaired by: Laura Marianello, International Know How Editor
Laura Marianello joined Practical Law in February 2016 as an International Know How Editor. She is an English and Italian qualified lawyer. She trained as a barrister in Italy and qualified in October 2001. While in private practice, she advised Italian and foreign investment funds, listed and private companies on domestic and cross-border M&A and corporate and commercial matters. In November 2004, she moved in-house and joined Birra Peroni as General Counsel. In this role, she established, organised and managed the group Legal Affairs Department, including managing the group’s acquisition by SABMiller plc. In March 2008, she qualified as solicitor in England and Wales after completing her QLTT. In her last role, as an Executive Director in the Legal Department of Morgan Stanley, she advised the real estate investment funds managed by Morgan Stanley on a diverse range of complex UK, cross-border and international projects, transactions and day-to-day issues. Laura holds a law degree (cum laude) from LUISS “Guido Carli” University of Rome and an LLM from King’s College London. She if fluent in Italian, English and French.
Cecilia Carrara, Partner, Legance
Cecilia has a significant experience in the field of national and international, commercial and investment arbitration proceedings, both institutional and ad hoc, acting both as counsel and as arbitrator, and is further active more generally in the field of international commercial litigation. She also focuses on mergers & acquisitions, extraordinary corporate transactions and commercial contracts. She is responsible of the Legance German desk, with a specific focus on German speaking countries and on East Europe. Cecilia is also a member for Italy of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, of the ICC Commission and of the ICC Task Force on Emergency Arbitrator Proceedings.
Dr Christoph Wolf. LL.M. Partner
Christoph has worked on numerous public takeovers, initial public offerings (IPOs), capital increases and other corporate and capital markets transactions of listed and private companies. He advises issuers, banks and other market participants on capital markets and corporate law issues with a focus on transactional work. His main practice focus is on Capital Markets, Takeovers and Corporate Law. Christoph was admitted to the Frankfurt bar in 1998 and joined Baker & McKenzie’s capital markets/corporate practice group in 2011. After having worked in private practice from 1998 to 2000, he joined Morgan Stanley Bank AG as legal counsel to the investment banking and capital markets divisions. He was Head of Legal for Germany and Austria at Morgan Stanley until summer 2011. He graduated from the University of Heidelberg in 1993 and passed his 2nd state examination in Berlin in 1998. He holds a Maîtrise en Droit from the University of Montpellier (1990) as well as an LL.M. degree from the London School of Economics (1991) and a doctoral degree in law from Humboldt University, Berlin (1998).
John Cronin, Partner
John has many years' experience in banking and corporate matters on a very broad range of transactions and projects. He provides legal and strategic advice to many corporate and financial institutions and State agencies. He is partner at McCann FitzGerald, charged with leading the firm's global relationships with international law firms and is head of our Brexit Group. John was the firm's Chairman from May 2008 to April 2015. He trained and qualified with McCann FitzGeraldl. After a stint with a UK magic circle firm, he became a partner in the firm's Finance Group in 1991 and, from 1991 until August 2002, he led their London office. John is a non-executive director of Kingspan Group PLC and is the current Vice-President of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on May 25th, 2018. In this webinar, we’ll explore the core ideas and important steps for GDPR. We will discuss:
- What GDPR is, and whether it matters to your firm
- The impact on your firm for not complying
- Where to start
- Ideas on how to manage compliance
A Q&A session will follow the brief presentation.
LTC4 is a completely independent non-profit membership organization working for a future where all legal professionals use technology efficiently and can prove it. Learn about how the organization started, its core competency learning plans developed and reviewed by legal for legal, and how it can help your firm improve tech skills and gain competitive advantage.