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Organised by Thought Leaders 4 Disputes, a unique 1 Day conference that focuses on ESG-related litigation, looking at the different components that make this not just an ideal but also a standard.
Link. Paid Event. In-Person, London.
Hear two different perspectives on the new (ish) Environment Act. Chris Badger of 6 Pump Court will discuss the legal ramifications of the new Act, how it affects the waste industry and the extended powers it affords the regulator of waste, the Environment Agency. Libby Peake of the Green Alliance will discuss the wider implications and possible outcomes, both positive and negative, of the resources and waste sections of the Act. Chaired by Angus Evers, Partner, Shoosmiths and co-Convenor of the Waste Working Party
Link. In-Person Event.
The demand for “green” products and services is steadily increasing. This market shift presents both risks and opportunities as companies look to “green-up” their business practices. However, unsubstantiated or misleading environmental claims can expose your clients to a variety of evolving risks as consumers demand more information and regulatory bodies require it. Smart lawyers will want to know the landscape so they can better serve their clients and take a leadership role with respect to “greener” practices.
Link. 90 minutes Live Virtual Workshop. Paid. Early Bird Discount Available.
Most firms engage organically in a variety of ESG-related programs, practices and policies, but there is no one leading, managing or measuring these initiatives, resulting in the impression of “randomness” at best. Given the increasing ESG expectations coming from all stakeholders – clients, prospects, recruits, employees, vendors, and communities, it is no longer sufficient to “hope” that your firm can somehow be comprehensive, consistent, and coherent when addressing these expectations and when responding to inquiries.
Hope is not a successful strategy. ESG must be led and managed by design, not by default.
Firms that take deliberate and decisive measures to make sure ESG is embedded and is properly led, coordinated, and communicated – internally and externally – will emerge as leaders.
This hands-on, educational workshop is offered in two formats:
Link. Paid. Early Bird Discount Available.
An opportunity to join leading impact lawyers from around the world in London. The event will showcases examples of some of the most impactful work lawyers across the world are engaged in. It will bring us together to debate, innovate, and share the most cutting-edge ideas and resources to facilitate change and to make sure business can truly be a sustainable force for good. It will highlight work that is capable of replication and multiplication and, by distributing insights and practical learnings, enable lawyers in any part of the world to act on this knowledge. Day 1 is special for members only event.
Link. In-Person Event. Paid. Discounted for GAiL members and students)
The Legal Foresight Summit will explore our capability around the identification of emerging legal and operational risk exposure and how we might integrate strategic foresight into our broader operational risk management efforts - identifying pathways to securing operational buoyancy and enabling a nimbleness that facilitates rapid transformation and action if and as necessary. Super Early Bird Discount LFSSEB23
Link. Online. Paid Event.
The legal profession will once again come together for three days of discussion, debate, and examination of the most critical ESG challenges that law firms and their clients face. Super Early Bird Discount LFSSEB23
Link. Online. Paid Event.