Proactive law in the IT sector

March 8, 2005

Brussels, 07 Mar 2005

A conference entitled 'fusing best business practises with legal information management and technology' will take place in Stockholm, Sweden, from 12 to 14 June.

Aimed at people responsible for business and legal management working in the areas of IT (information technology), finance, security (risk and insurance), and records, project, contract or quality management, as well as lawyers, the conference will deal with the following topics:

- tools and techniques have been developed over decades to support offline, conventional business. Do they apply in e-business where business is fast-paced?

- how do new contract drafting and contract and risk management tools and other new technology solutions contribute to the success of traditional business?

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