Committee In-House Counsel Club

[Club Event] In-House Counsel - Friend or Foe?

French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore
541 Orchard Road #09-01 Liat Towers Singapore 238881

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Language: English

Price:
SGD10

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Keen to exchange with your peers on challenges faced as an in-house legal counsel?

 

By invitation only

In-House Counsel experts, boost your network and join us for an IN-PERSON meeting at the French Chamber of Commerce!

The in-house counsel’s role is certainly not an easy one: within the business, the in-house counsel may sometimes be viewed as:

  • the one who “knows the law” and should be able to answer any question on any subject matter immediately
  • the one who should, within hours, vet a deal that has been negotiated for weeks
  • the one who may throw a spanner in the works by raising (unexpected) legal risks
  • the one who requires compliance with various (cumbersome) processes

The in-house counsel, however, is above all a fantastic ally of the business, and there to ensure the growth and success of the organization.

We are delighted to have Dominique Lombardi, Partner (Foreign Lawyer) at Rajah & Tann Singapore, to moderate this session and discuss what it takes for an in-house counsel to be viewed as a friend rather than a foe?

We look forward to welcoming you at this dedicated event!

Terms & Conditions

  • Due to the current restrictions, the event is limited to 12 members 
  • Only vaccinated members can attend
  • Full payment is required upon registration 
  • No shows or cancellations within 2 days of the event, will not be refunded
  • Please note that photographs and videos may be taken during the event for news and publicity purposes

 

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