Exclusive invite-only event

Location: Hotel Riu Plaza España
Madrid, Spain

27 November 19:00 – 28 November 14:00 CET


27 November
19:00 Welcome reception
20:30 Dinner
22:30 Discussions, networking, drinks


28 November
09:00 Welcome of participants
09:15 Discussions
11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 Discussions
12:30 Q&A and open discussions
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Closing remarks

Navigating the Waves of Transformation

We have witnessed an unprecedented proliferation of digital technologies. Artificial intelligence is just the latest in a long line of technological advancements that companies must prioritise. Data collection, analysis and decision-making through data-driven information has become commonplace, if not mandatory. This has not only opened up new avenues for business operations, product offerings, and customer engagement but has also brought about disruptive changes, challenging traditional business models.


Legal departments, traditionally perceived as reactive entities, are now at the forefront of this transformation, playing a crucial role in ensuring that businesses navigate this digital wave compliantly and ethically. Their responsibilities have grown far beyond what they were even a generation ago. Regulatory complexities, data privacy and protection in and of itself, intellectual property challenges are just some highlights of everyday work for many lawyers today. Furthermore, the fact that digital transformation has brought about new forms of contractual relationships – be it with vendors, customers, or partners has changed how B2B transactions are conducted. Legal teams must ensure that these contracts reflect the nuances of the digital age.


The digital tsunami is not a one-off event; it’s a continual wave of change. For legal departments, this means a shift from a traditionally risk-averse stance to one that is more adaptive and forward-looking. Training and upskilling will be paramount, as will be the need to adopt digital tools that aid in legal research, contract management, and regulatory compliance.


Nevertheless, while challenging, this presents an amazing opportunity. Legal departments that successfully navigate its waters will not only ensure their companies’ compliance and protection but will also position themselves as strategic partners in their businesses’ broader digital journey.


Join us in Madrid for a half-day discussion on the most pressing transformation that in-house counsel has ever seen. Share best practices, learn from your peers across Europe and enjoy the high-class accommodation that the venue provides.



  Shaghayegh Smousavi
Partner, Rechtsanwältin


Roger de Vrey
Partner, Advocaat | Head of IP

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María González Gordon
Managing Partner


Dr. Björn Herbers
Partner, Rechtsanwalt




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Hotel Riu Plaza España
C.Gran Vía, 84, 28013 Madrid, Spain