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How Litigation and Regulatory Teams Can Effectuate Change and Drive Value by Leveraging Technology and Defining Business Objectives Across a Global Corporate Enterprise
Wednesday, January 30
10:30am – 11:30am


Christine Hasiotis | UnitedLex
Seth Eichenholtz | Mastercard
Kathleen Turland | Current, powered by GE
Kiriaki Tourikis | JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Lenor Marquis | ABB
Jay C. Carle | Seyfarth Shaw LLP

As the pressure to manage the cost of litigation continues to rise, companies must continually evaluate the legal department and look for ways to operate more efficiently and cost effectively. By preparing for the future today, litigation and regulatory teams will be better apt to predict and control costs, mitigate risk, and increase speed to revenue. In this session, we will discuss how the legal department can function more like a business and how better managing everything from data, evidence gathering, and litigation support, to budgeting and metrics can affect long-term company performance.

Commercial Transactions Transformation and the Legal Department’s Contribution to Revenue Generation
Wednesday, January 30 1:30pm – 2:30pm


Gabriel Buigas | UnitedLex
Dan Hendy | UnitedLex
Shawn Burton | GE Aviation
Paul Lanzone | DXC Technology
The legal department’s role in enabling, creating, and protecting revenue is changing. Previously, the legal department would only be relied upon to review a contract. But, what happens when they are involved in ensuring that the Company manages and delivers to the terms of the contract to direct revenue creation or avoid revenue leakage? In this session, we take an in-depth look at the contracts process, including how the legal department’s contribution can improve speed to revenue, margins, revenue maximization, and cost savings via comprehensive obligations management, including technologies to enable this.
A Fireside Chat with WeWork – How Transforming Legal Impacts the Enterprise
Wednesday, January 30
3:00pm – 4:00pm


Mary Jummati | UnitedLex
Nikki Rahimzadeh | UnitedLex
Roxana Martinez | WeWork
Abraham Safide | WeWork

WeWork, the $20 billion company that has transformed the way people work across the globe, was in need of a legal department structure that could support the Company’s global growth at a breakneck pace. The legal department challenge was to meet the speed and agility of the business with a stable foundation. The business could not sustain aggressive growth without an organized and optimized legal department. In this fireside chat, we will provide an in-depth look at how one of America’s fastest growing companies was able to bring in necessary structure while maintaining the speed and agility of doing business at a fast-growing startup undergoing constant change.
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Our UnitedLex team will be on site to discuss how our services can best address your business needs. Visit Booth #2000 for some great swag and to schedule a meeting with one of our experts. 

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Let's Mingle

Join us for an evening among friends, enjoying cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at Remi Restaurant, 145 West 53rd Street (Between 6th and 7th Avenues), on Wednesday, January 30 from 5:30pm - 7:30pm.

The Business of Law Forum: Build or Buy
Wednesday, January 30 11:30am - 12:30pm


Steve Kovalan | ALM
Nancy Jessen | UnitedLex
Raj Goyle Bodhala
Jason Winmill | Argopoint

How do GCs come down on the issue of building up their own internal staff or buying legal services externally? If they buy, from whom? How does outsourcing fit in? Nancy Jessen, UnitedLex Senior Vice President of Legal Business Solutions, joins a panel of legal industry experts to discuss the pros and cons of building or buying a legal services solution.