Our Doing Business Globally program, held Oct. 14, 15, 16 and 21, drew nearly 850 executives, including dozens of general counsels, senior in-house counsels, tax executives and other senior business executives.” The program took place in Houston, Dallas, Toronto and Chicago.
Our keynote speakers provided insights on the future of global business, while our track sessions dove deep into legal issues that matter most to multinationals and companies looking to grow globally — from tax considerations and cross-border M&A, to employee mobility and data privacy.
Click below to read our recaps from each market:
Houston | Dallas | Toronto | Chicago
Nearly 300 executives attended the program in Chicago.
Brian Hengesbaugh (Baker & McKenzie), Amy de La Lama (Baker & McKenzie), Keren Monroe (Chevron Phillips Chemical Company), and Hagen Koeckertiz (Baker & McKenzie) discuss data privacy in Houston.
A full room listens to Stephen Munger’s remarks in Houston.
Dallas Keynote Speaker, Daniel Rabun, and Baker & McKenzie Partner Marcos Basso.
David Chmiel (Global Torchlight, Ashok Lalwani (Baker & McKenzie) and Howard Wu (Baker & McKenzie), discuss doing business in China and India in Dallas.
Baker and McKenzie Partners Phil Suse and Michael Smith stand with keynote speaker Geoff Colvin (center).
Keynote speaker Jeff Rubin speaks at our program in Toronto.