Asialaw Asia-Pacific In-house Counsel Summit 2015 - Overview

May 27 2015 | Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel, Hong Kong

OVERVIEW | AGENDA | SPEAKERS | KEY TAKEAWAYS | PRESENTATIONS


The Asialaw Asia-Pacific In-house Counsel Summit is the region’s leading event for corporate and bankers’ counsel. The summit returned in May 2015 to address the latest challenges facing in-house counsel lawyers in the market today.

Over 350 delegates were attracted to the event and the summit brought together leading industry representatives, policy makers, key regulators and private practice lawyers for an enriching networking opportunity. This crucial one-day event offered a unique chance for thought leaders to share their expertise and develop new strategies to take advantage of the opportunities presented in this fast-paced and active region.


Who was there:

  • General counsel
  • Corporate counsel
  • Bankers’ counsel
  • Company secretaries
  • Regulators
  • Private practice lawyers

Benefits of attending:

  • Learn how to manage cross-border data privacy issues
  • Discuss the latest practices in conducting internal investigations
  • Hear the region’s leading in-house counsel discuss their greatest challenges for 2015
  • Compare changes in regulation between key jurisdictions in the region, including China, India, Korea, and Philippines
  • Learn the best practices in building supply chain integrity
  • Explore tactics for dispute resolution and international arbitration
  • Discuss legislation around anti-bribery and competition laws


Previous delegates testimonials:

“The In-house Counsel Summit is always one of the best conferences of the year”

“This is the best legal in-house counsel summit, a very good arrangement as well as the materials presented by panelists are up to date to enrich my knowledge”

“Practical. Focused. Interactive.”

“Attending this summit at my own cost means nothing compared to all the information that I have taken from this event to enrich my knowledge”

“Very comprehensive and touches on the latest issues”



Sponsored by:


Davis Polk
Linklaters



Supported by:



HKIAC