The inaugural Enterprise GC event brought together some of the brightest in-house legal minds from across the United Kingdom at Syon Park, for two days of discussions, key-notes and shared learnings to address the evolving needs of General Counsel in the contemporary business and legal environment.
The relationship between in-house legal and procurement has too often been far from productive. GC finds out how getting everyone on the same page can generate new efficiencies and a more effective method of purchasing legal services.
GC finds out about what growing corporate interest in sustainability could mean for in-house lawyers from Ursula Wynhoven, CLO and chief of governance and social sustainability at the UN Global Compact.
Carlyle Kingswood Global talks to Royal Mail’s group general counsel, Maaike de Bie, on how the transition from public to private sector has impacted on the company’s legal department, and in particular how it manages its panel of external lawyers.
In Dubai, The Legal 500 in partnership with Al Tamimi & Company assembled lead in-house counsel from the region – all of whom were members for the GCPowerlist: Middle East – to discuss strategies for dealing with a challenging geo-political situation and an evolving business environment.
Artificial Intelligence is the engine of the fourth industrial revolution and is set to shake up society as we know it – from economics and the law through to work and income – no sector is immune. GC spoke to thought leaders from the world of politics, law, business and academia for their views on the artificial revolution and whether we’re heading for utopia or dystopia.