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WEBINAR | Legal Business Resilience Panel Discussion
In the progressing stages of the global health crisis, the Asia-Pacific legal profession can pull strategic levers to help organisations bounce back. Is your firm or legal department prepared? 
Catherine Roberts
Catherine Roberts
Strategic Global Client Director
Thomson Reuters
David Johnson
David Johnson 
Account Director 
Acritas
Renae Lattey
Renae Lattey
Managing Partner - Clients
King & Wood Mallesons
Tri Nguyen
Tri Nguyen
General Counsel
Incolink
Webinar overview

New Asia-Pacific research by Acritas suggests that the modified landscape has provided unique opportunities for law firms and corporate counsel on the business resilience front.

Join Thomson Reuters for a 60-minute panel discussion on driving Legal Business Resilience: How Law Firms and Legal Departments are Bouncing Back.
Areas of discussion

  • Business case for innovation: The transition to remote working has not come without its challenges, but many firms and legal departments are optimising communication and collaboration in order to best support business continuity. Insights will be provided on this front, where panellists swap stories on efficiencies (tech or otherwise) which have supported their client business or organisation’s resilience during the global health crisis.
  • Knowledge-sharing: In the Asia-Pacific region, practically and culturally, a lot can be gained in both areas of the legal profession when knowledge is shared between clients and vendors, which our panellists discuss during the session, off the back of special research presentation by Acritas. 
  • Prioritising effectiveness: Executive Boards in organisations are looking to legal now more than ever to receive strategic guidance during this time of economic uncertainty. Research by Acritas indicates that in-house teams during COVID-19 have taken their expectations of external counsel beyond ‘solving problems’ and interpreting emerging regulations. 
  • Managing workload surges: At a time when the traditional office and support infrastructure has not been in place, in-house counsel and firms have dealt with new challenges, including a workload surge in some areas of expertise. What will be taken forward into the post-pandemic way of working?

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