Rick Seabrook to Speak at Paris, ACC General Counsel Summit

Rick Seabrook to Speak at Paris, ACC General Counsel Summit


Rick Seabrook, Managing Director, Europe of Neota Logic, is scheduled to be a speaker at the 2017 ACC General Counsel (GC) Summit, titled “Leadership in the Time of Disruptive Change.”

This year’s Summit is being held at The Westin-Paris Vendome from May 31 to June 2. The ACC GC Summit provides an annual forum for general counsels from around the world to discuss critical legal and business issues impacting the GC role within multinational companies.

Seabrook will be part of a panel on “Opportunities created by artificial intelligence (AI), big data and the related legal and ethical issues” being held from 4:15pm to 5:15 PM on Friday, June 2. In the session, panelists, who include general counsel from leading global organizations, will discuss how innovations such as artificial intelligence and big data are impacting law practice now and moving forward.  The benefits, issues and use cases for new technologies will be covered as part of the discussion.

“Progressive GCs are looking at new ways to bolster enterprise risk oversight and corporate governance, while at the same time identifying opportunities to decrease the time associated with routine, everyday tasks. Selecting the right technology and evaluating tools in an ongoing way is essential to the role today. As such, I’m looking forward to being part of this discussion.”

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