This event aims to bring together 300+ In-house Counsel, Law Firm Partners, Law Tech Professionals, Tech Vendors and Selected Service Providers. Each lawyer participant attends the event because he/she has some operational challenges to resolve such as: Litigation. Technology. Software. E-discovery. Risk. Security. Compliance. Outsourcing (This list of challenges is only indicative, not exhaustive). In order to find the solutions, they not only need the learning & education but also the meetings with right service providers. Our event helps them with both.
Here you go with the partial/sample list of key delegates confirmed to attend the Global IP ConfEx, San Francisco, 28 Feb 2018.
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