Clark Hill to Host Complimentary In-House Counsel Conference Featuring 2010 Hot Topics and Trends
Clark Hill will host a complimentary conference on Tuesday, April 20, 2010 at the Gleacher Center in Chicago for In-House Counsel.
The conference will feature some of today’s most current and pressing legal and business issues.
The event includes breakfast, interactive presentations, as well as networking opportunities within the In-House community. Featured topics include “Win-Win Solutions for Corporate Compliance: Low Cost and Effective”, “If You Think Your Proprietary Information is Safe, Thing Again! How to Lock Down Your Competitive Advantage Against Hostile Predators”, “How Innovative Ideas Will Deliver Meaningful Change in the Legal Services Industry in 2010 & Beyond”, “Law Department Technologies: A Discussion on Corporate Legal Technology Trends and Opportunities” and “A Practical Guide to Social Media for In-House Counsel”. This event is co-sponsored by Aegis Advantage, Clark Hill, Lumen Legal and Project Leadership. For registration and more information, please visit
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