18 - 19 September, 2018 | United Kingdom

Agenda Day 2

9:15 am - 9:45 am THE BELGIAN FEDERAL INSTITUTE FOR COMPANY LAWYERS’ THOUGHTS AND VIEWS OF OUR BAR

Ludo Deklerck - Director General Institute for Company Lawyers
The impact of legal tech on the relationship between law
firms and in house departments in smaller markets
• What is the impact of budgetary constraints on the pressure
to law firms to still deliver supreme service
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Ludo Deklerck

Director General
Institute for Company Lawyers

9:45 am - 10:15 am STRUCTURAL ISSUES FOR THE LAW FIRM MODEL: HOW TO ACCOMMODATE THE TYPE OF BUSINESS CHANGE THAT INNOVATION WILL DRIVE

Stuart Hopper - Head of Practice Development & Knowledge - EMEA Dentons
The legal industry is going through significant change, with
increased regulation affecting businesses, clients demanding
more for less, new entrants disrupting the market and
technology affecting all areas of service delivery. To survive
and thrive, law firms not only have to get better at
understanding the real ‘client view’ on what consumers of
legal services actually require from their providers, but also
identify and implementing better ways of organising themselves
to service those requirements and respond to the innovation
revolution. This session will throw out some thoughts and
questions on this broad ranging topic
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Stuart Hopper

Head of Practice Development & Knowledge - EMEA
Dentons

10:15 am - 10:45 am LEGAL DESIGN AND AI: HOW TO DESIGN SERVICES THAT ARE ENGAGING AND USEFUL

Antti Innanen - Managing Partner Dottir Attorneys
Overview of Legal Design
• Design thinking as a strategy for innovation
• How to empower associates to drive technological changes
in firms
• Case study: how to improve AI-driven services
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Antti Innanen

Managing Partner
Dottir Attorneys

11:15 am - 11:45 am OUR JOURNEY, LESSONS TO SHARE AND LESSONS TO LEARN

Anthony Vigneron - Legal Technology Director Clifford Chance
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Anthony Vigneron

Legal Technology Director
Clifford Chance

11:45 am - 12:15 pm ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: MYTH; FRIEND; OR FOE?

You can’t pick up a newspaper or magazine without reading
about the potential impact “artificial intelligence” technology, or
“AI”, can have on the legal industry. But what does AI mean
in the context of legal work, where can it fit in to help your
business, and how can it best be used to assist you in a world
of ever growing data volumes? We guide you through the key
technology tools on today’s market and explain how these
innovative new approaches to work may assist your business,
from due diligence to document review, as well as looking
ahead to what may be coming over the horizon.

2:00 pm - 2:30 pm INNOVATION AT DLA PIPER

Adam Hembury - Director of Innovation DLA Piper
An overview of innovation at DLA
• Our transformation challenge
• Engaging the wider business in innovation
• Legal tech and digitisation
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Adam Hembury

Director of Innovation
DLA Piper

2:30 pm - 3:00 pm BACKING THE RIGHT HORSE: A CASE STUDY IN LEGAL AI PRODUCT SELECTION

Mr Samuel Moore - Legal Technologist Burness & Paull LLP
Legal AI in 2018- an embarrassment of riches?
• The pitfalls of option paralysis
• Our challenge and why nothing felt right
• Seeking buy-in for the right solution
• What’s next?
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Mr Samuel Moore

Legal Technologist
Burness & Paull LLP

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm HOW TO CREATE A CULTURE OF INNOVATION – VDA’S JOURNEY OF INNOVATION

Margarida Saragoca - Business Development and Client Director VdA
The innovation as a sustainability gear
• Building a Culture of Innovation: getting everybody on board
• The innovation journey: embracing the challenge of knowing
how does an idea become a solution?
• Mapping the journey: accelerating the development and
delivery of breakthrough innovative ideas
• Looking forward: promoting a community hub of creative
industries
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Margarida Saragoca

Business Development and Client Director
VdA

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm WHAT WILL THE REGULATORY REGIME BECOME?

Saibal Mukherjee - Legal Director Stryker
EU & US perspective
• Sectoral challenges – from automobile to health apps
• Do Insurance companies need to amend their T&Cs?
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Saibal Mukherjee

Legal Director
Stryker