The Institute for Corporate Counsel: Navigating the Boardroom, the Courtroom & the Space Between

November 9, 2012

Are you located in NY, NJ, or CT?
The Institute for Corporate Counsel, co-sponsored by the New York City Bar and Thomson Reuters, is a day-long summit that will allow you to step inside the executive suite and learn from some of the most successful legal officers in global industry. Divided into hour-long sessions, each panel will feature a different group of general counsel from some the world’s largest and most successful public corporations. Each panel will focus on a distinct subject area, and each panelist will be asked to draw from their real world experience to describe the planning, strategy, and foresight that is required to add significant value to the operations of the corporation. At midday, the groups will gather together for a lunch and a keynote address by former Head of the Justice Department’s Antitrust Division Christine Varney and current White House Counsel Kathryn Ruemmler.
Program Chair:
David R. Marriott, Partner, Litigation, Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP
The program will provide a master’s class on fulfilling the role of a corporate legal advisor. The panel topics will include “Managing the Corporate Message in the Digital Age”, “Navigating and Thriving Through Corporate Crisis”, “Negotiating the Shifting Sands of Regulation”, and “Ethical Dilemmas In and Around the Boardroom”.
Who Should Attend:
Corporate Counsel and in-house lawyers
Interested in attending? Click here.