Roundtable Luncheon: General Counsel yhtiön johdon tukena kriisitilanteessa

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Event date

25 May

2022

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Venäjän aloittama sota Ukrainassa on vaikuttanut monin tavoin myös suomalaisten yritysten toimintaan. Miltä tilanne näyttää tällä hetkellä? Millaisia kysymyksiä sota on tuonut yritysten lakiasianjohdolle? Entä millaisiin asioihin tulisi varautua Suomen Nato-prosessin aikana ja sen jälkeen?

Tilaisuuden ohjelma:

Ukrainan tilanne ja näkymät: Mitä tiedämme tällä hetkellä?
Janne Taalas, toimitusjohtaja, CMI

Miten valmistautua mahdollisiin kyberhyökkäyksiin?
Jukka Lång, Partner, Dittmar & Indrenius

Miten sopimuksista voi irtautua kestävästi?
Jussi Lehtinen, Partner, Dittmar & Indrenius

Keskustelu: Mitä yritysten lakiasiainjohdolta tiimeineen edellytetään?
Juha Hölttä, General Counsel, Valio
Tarja Tudor, Compliance Director, Metsä Group
Moderoija: Hanna-Mari Manninen, Partner, Dittmar & Indrenius

Lounastilaisuus
keskiviikko 25.5.2022
klo 12.00 – 13.30

Tiedustelut:
[email protected]

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