The Summit on Legal Innovation and Disruption
Great Location • Audacious Mission
• In Association with Baker McKenzie
SOLID Hong Kong – Tuesday, June 4, 2019
8:30am – 9:00am Registration and Networking Breakfast
9:00am Welcome Ceremony – Call to Action and Summit Overview
Session 1: The Big Picture – Macro Drivers of Change
Paul Lanzone – DXC Technology, Vice President | ASIA Legal | WW Transactions, Governance and Technology
“Innovation in action – People, Process and Technology”
We all know the key levers to innovation are people, process and technology. But the right order at the right time can reduce outside legal spend by 30 to 50%. Paul will share his business model, sequence and pace. “The right sequence of people, process and technology can reduce outside legal spend by 50%”.
Jon Mehta – Credit Suisse, General Counsel Division
“Innovation in Action – Technology”
The impact and use of legal bots on law department productivity, efficiency and careers.
Jo Levy – Intel Corp, VP and General Counsel, Asian Pacific & Japan
“Lawyers to Leaders”
Fast growing global businesses like Intel need lawyers that can lead their businesses. Jo Levy will share her Playbook on turning her top-performing lawyers into business leaders
Session Two: New Breed of Law Firm Execs Drive Innovation to Next Level
Kiwi Camara – DISCO, CEO
“The Rising Tide of Legaltech – Improving Legal Outcomes Through Technology”
Kiwi Camara, CEO of Disco will talk about investments in the legal eDiscovery and software space and new opportunities this presents across the industry.
Tricia Feng – Schroder Asset Management, Head of Legal, Southeast Asia
“How To Keep Innovation Going”
Daryl Osuch – EY, Senior Manager
“Privacy culture creation in the digital era“
Data privacy is fast becoming a macro driver of change. It is a key factor that informs legal matters at all points in the lifecycle. Lets fully embrace the new reality and new challenges and approach this as a cultural problem first, and a technical problem second.
Table Discussions and Town Hall
12:30pm – 1:15pm Lunch – Tables switch
Session Three: Innovation in Action – Process Driven
New Table Introductions
Thomas Thoppil – Hewlett Packard, Vice President & Deputy General Counsel – Asia Pacific & Japan
“Journey of Innovation”
How to transform your law departments business model In 5 easy steps.
Erin Plante – Inventus, Director of Strategy and Consulting
Can we leverage machine learning to improve Anti-Money Laundering and Know Your Customer compliance?
Katrina Johnson – Uber, Associate General Counsel and Head of Legal, Uber Asia-Pacific (HK/Sydney)
“Legal Operations and Operational Excellence”
Adapting existing technology to free up your legal team and expand their footprint without expanding your budget.
Fireside chat with Baker McKenzie
Bryant Isbell – Baker McKenzie, Managing Director Global eDiscovery and Data Advisory
Jonathan Voo – Baker McKenzie, Legal Project Manager
Bryant and Jonathan will discuss and describe Baker’s innovation strategy and accomplishments from an internal view. Jonathan’s role is to drive the Firm’s Innovation Strategy including implementing Artificial Intelligence, Linked Data and People and Culture Innovation.
Table Discussions and Town Hall
Afternoon Break and Table Switch
Session Four: Innovation in Action – People Driven
New Table Introductions
Stuart Hall – Relativity, Manager Asia Pacific
Breached, Bothered and Bewildered: How Even the Biggest and Best are at Risk
Data management and data security are topics at the forefront of many conversations these days and even the biggest and best are at risk. Join us to hear the importance of truly understanding your data footprint and what it means to build a culture of security across your business.
Kevin Brocklehurst – AIA, Regional Director of Investment Governance & Legal
From Samurais to a Modern Army – Legal & Governance as a System
Kevin oversees a unique department which combines legal and governance. Breaches, errors and alerts compel a human intervention. essentially looking at what went wrong. Each change made toward automation through technology and (for lawyers) better inputs into the technology, increases the efficiency of functions charged with oversight and assurance. Thus we can test data rather than fly around the region doing manual investigations
David Cowen – The Cowen Group, President
NextGEN Legal Talent and Allied Professionals
We’re in the early stages of building a community of tech-savvy, ultra-resourceful attorneys. These are people trained in the law, but who also possess the critical thinking skills and tech knowledge to help create the future of the legal industry. (If you understand design thinking, that’s even better.)
Table Discussions, Town Hall and Final Thoughts
4:30pm – 6:00pm Cocktails
Thank you for joining us. We hope to see you at our next SOLID.
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Corporate Legal Executives & General Counsels
Law Firm Executives & Counsels
Technology Companies & Allied Professionals
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Reasons to Attend SOLID
Our day will be broken into four themed segments focused on innovation and disruption. We will focus on challenges and barriers, identify opportunities for meaningful change, and develop solutions for all market segments.
100 legal professionals and subject matter experts from law departments, law firms, alternative legal service providers, and academics.
Purposefully moderated tables with curated participants from all market segments.
Participants will switch their tables 2 times throughout the day.
“Solid is unique in size, format and quality of participants and presenters. I met so many talented professionals, given the intimate setting I was able to collaborate with others who shared similar challenges, was inspired by the innovative ways others approach them and gained strategic insight into emerging capabilities that I could bring back and apply. It’s a great forum to expand your insights into innovative approaches that are driving real improvements for how corporations deliver legal services. It’s not your ordinary conference if you want to engage in a thought provoking learning experience while expanding your network. I would highly recommend it.”
VP Corporate Systems at MetLife
“If you can attend this, I highly recommend it! Compliance Discovery Solutions was at SOLID East last month in NYC. The format allows for an exchange of ideas with a variety of legal professionals. In one day, I felt like I learned as much or more as I’ve learned from multi-day conferences!”
Vice President, Client Solutions at Compliance Discovery Solutions
“Before SOLID I would say I was a bit of an accidental innovator. I was naturally interested in looking for new and better ways to structure and manage my legal department and spend, but I was not aware of the incredible depth of knowledge out there about how to do that most effectively. SOLID brought all of the pieces together for me and allowed me to make lasting connections with others who are innovating within their teams and across the legal industry. I now have a much deeper understanding of how to draw upon a wide array of resources and technology to reshape what we are doing in a way that drives more value for less total spend. It’s also just a really fun and interesting group of people and the whole experience has expanded my circle of go-to colleagues.”
VP Legal at Columbia Sportswear Company
“I think the most valuable thing for me has been the chance to collaborate with, but also to listen to clients. Getting to hear first hand from GC’s and the C-Suite about their pain points and expectations is truly valuable. It really helps us to “sense check” and to ensure we are not only listening, but hearing and acting on what our clients expect and need from their outside counsel.”