Disruption Collides with the Legal, Regulatory and Compliance Ecosystem

Legal, compliance, regulatory and government affairs professionals are struggling to keep up with
unprecedented challenges posed by big data, sexual misconduct, privacy breaches, and social media.

Underfunded and siloed functions, coupled with outdated technologies and processes, cannot keep
pace with regulatory and reputational threats. Legal, regulatory, compliance and government affairs
teams are dealing with an unprecedented number of complex issues which need to be dealt with more
efficiently, with fewer people and under much higher levels of scrutiny. How do you deal with these
seismic shifts?

We will gather an intimate group (35 to 40) of your senior peers and subject-matter and industry
experts for an off-the-record conversation focusing on:

  • How your role needs to evolve to handle demands related to automation, virtual workforce and
    other stakeholders;
  • Moving from crisis to control, and from reaction to prevention;
    How ecosystems need to change in order to address dramatically heightened government and
    public scrutiny;
  • How you operationalize the “Super Law” brought about by CSR and Sustainability best
    practices and continue to focus not only on what is legal, but on broader public commitments;
    and
  • How to leverage improved processes, data, and technology in operations to improve outcomes
    and align with business priorities.

Join our breakfast roundtable on March 19 to share your perspectives, network with peers and learn best practices from experts. No presentations — just a genuine, facilitated conversation.

Date

Mar 19 2019

Time

PDT
8:30 am - 10:00 am

Location

Latham & Watkins, LLP
Menlo Park, CA

Organizer

Latham & Watkins, LLP
Website
https://www.lw.com/

Other Organizers

FiscalNote
Website
https://fiscalnote.com/
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