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How the In-house Lawyer Can Drive the Changing Legal Landscape

Every in house counsel is cordially invited to attend ACC Europe’s 18th Annual Conference on “How the In-house Lawyer Can Drive the Changing Legal Landscape.” This conference (29–31 May 2011, Grand Hyatt, Berlin, Germany) offers an unmatched opportunity to network and exchange ideas with your peers in a pan-European and global perspective. Offering a choice of 20 different workshops, it will cover various topics such as competition law, employment law, negotiating tactics across borders, legal sourcing, cloud computing, compliance, attorney-client privilege, and anti-corruption. Super Early Bird Registration available through 31 January € 545 for members; € 695 for non-members (Regular rates apply from 1 April: € 795 for members; € 995 for non-members) Register today. Session Spotlight “Are you ready to change? Designing a forward looking legal department” The legal services industry is currently undergoing a fundamental transformation process. This session will be opened by Richard Susskind, author of “The End of Lawyers?” In his presentation, Prof Susskind will analyze the current changes, illustrated with several examples, and provide an outlook as to how the future of legal services could look like. The panelists will present best practice examples and provide insight on how their legal departments are preparing for the evolution of the legal service industry. Speaker Highlights Professor Richard Susskind Thomas Werlen, General Counsel, Novartis International AG David Perla, Co-Chief Executive Officer, Pangea3 Urs Waelchli, General Counsel, Adecco Mark Chandler, General Counsel, Cisco Melissa Lea, Chief Global Compliance Officer, SAP AG Nina Cronstedt, Associate General Counsel, Philip Morris International Brand Building Leanne Geale, Global Legal Services, Royal Dutch Shell Zeeger Vink, Senior IP Counsel, Lacoste