Supply Chain Collaboration in a Digital World

Our Doing Business Globally programs in Chicago (Nov. 7) and Dallas (Nov. 9) will explore how digitalization is transforming supply chains during one of our Session 1 discussions on “Supply Chain Collaboration in a Digital World: Risks and Rewards.” This panel, featuring Baker McKenzie lawyers and senior business executives, will outline the advantages and risks of a fully integrated supply chain, as well as provide best practices in project tracking, coordination and dealing with disruptive technologies.

Christina Conlin, Baker McKenzie Counsel

“With the influx of technological advancements, business models around the world are changing rapidly, and it is more important than ever for global companies to understand and comply with the laws of every jurisdiction in which they operate,” said Christina Conlin, counsel in Baker McKenzie’s Chicago office who will serve as a panelist. “This panel is designed to help multinationals identify and manage supply chain compliance risks to gain a competitive edge in the market.”

The panel will focus on several strategic challenges for supply chain collaboration in the Digital Age, including:

  • Ensuring supply chain integrity, including legal protections against human rights violations, counterfeit goods and gray market products.
  • Managing the growing threat of trade secret theft.
  • Criminal and regulatory actions involving supply chain conduct.

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Registration Opens for Doing Business Globally 2017

Registration is now open for Doing Business Globally, Baker McKenzie’s premier cross-border business event.

The complimentary series, now in its seventh year, brings together hundreds of senior business leaders and executives, in-house counsel, and Baker McKenzie practitioners from around the world to discuss the complexities of operating on a global platform and the trends that will impact commercial decisions.

This year’s program will take place in Chicago and Dallas in November with a focus on the key legal and business challenges facing global companies in the Digital Age, providing concrete strategies to transform digital business models.

View the 2017 program brochures and register for the event on our website. Plus, stay tuned for details on our Mexico City program this spring — our first time hosting Doing Business Globally in Mexico.

Benefits of attending the series include:

Gain Insight From Global Thought Leaders
Learn practical tips and strategies from senior executives and thought leaders at the forefront of geopolitical and macroeconomic development that apply to your business. Engage with a global team of panelists through interactive sessions on industry and market developments as well as risks and opportunities for companies doing business across borders.

Customize Your Experience
Tailor your own itinerary and choose to attend the breakout panel sessions that are most relevant to your industry and business. Take advantage of opportunities for personalized discussions with Baker McKenzie practitioners to address your specific needs.

Build Your Global Network
Grow a network of invaluable contacts for benchmarking a business strategy, and building your company and career. Learn and interact with market leaders during a full day of programming and networking with industry peers.

Earn CLE and CPE Credits
Our US programs provide general CLE credit in California, Illinois, New York and Texas. CPE credit is also available for select panels.

Access Exclusive Publications
Enjoy exclusive, complimentary access to legal publications and handbooks that highlight trends and analysis around specific countries and areas of law, authored by industry leaders.

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