Thompson Coburn was well-represented at General Counsel Conference Midwest in Chicago, with Jim Shreve, Nathan Viehl and Nelson Williams all moderating panels. The event has been the go-to forum for in-house counsel from multinational companies for over 20 years, providing practical solutions and key insights for today's general counsel.
Nathan moderated a panel on strategic outsourcing and spending for small legal departments, sharing his insights on the challenges and opportunities of outsourcing, as well as best practices for small legal departments looking to manage their budgets effectively.
Jim's panel on building a privacy playbook that balances business and risks addressed the rapidly-evolving area of concern for companies across all industries, offering practical solutions for developing a privacy playbook that protects business interests while minimizing legal risks.
Nelson's panel on using data to drive DE&I programs beyond buzzwords highlighted the importance of data in creating successful diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.
Through their participation at the conference, the Thompson Coburn team shared valuable insights on a range of topics critical to the modern general counsel. The event, which was held from April 19-20, 2023, at the Swissotel in Chicago, drew a senior-level audience of in-house counsel from multinational companies in the US, as well as non-legal C-Suite executives and law firm senior partners.
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