An international program for General Counsel and Human Resource Executives
We live in an era where the positions your organization takes or the actions of your employees on prominent, politicized issues can influence your customers and other stakeholders, including regulators. This unique program designed for corporate legal leaders and human resource executives.
An FBI Cybercrime Agent, Fortune 250 General Counsel, and experts from Belgium, England, France, Israel, Portugal, Sweden, USA and beyond will share their insights in interactive, dynamic sessions based on recent events, including:
- When Executives and Boards are held Accountable for Cybersecurity: Trends among regulators and media
When a cyber breach hits a company, top executives often find themselves in the spotlight for inadequate safeguarding actions. How can General Counsel and HR executives best help their executives understand and respond to these legal and reputational risks?
- Navigating Employee Issues in a Politicized World: Addressing reputational risk and legal fallout
Climate change, Human trafficking, Me Too, gun control, LGBTQ rights, gender pay parity, Black Lives Matter, immigration, animal cruelty … How can Human Resources and Legal take the right steps in sensitive situations that can quickly spin into the spotlight?
This event is organized by Ius Laboris, the network of top-ranked employment counsel in over 50 countries, in partnership with Global Counsel Leaders. CLE credit is available.
The Beekman Hotel, 123 Nassau St, New York City