More speakers announced for LACCA Live: Miami
The vice president for Latin American tax matters at Dell and the assistant regional GC at Rockwell Automation are among the latest confirmed speakers for LACCA’s annual conference in Miami in December. Read on for more information about the programme and how to register.
LACCA will host its annual meeting on 6 December at the Four Seasons Hotel in Brickell, Miami.
Speaking alongside Dell VP Lionel Nobre and Andrea Mon of Wisconsin-based Rockwell Automation is Lillyana Cavelier, the legal director at Norwegian chemicals company Yara, the director of legal and compliance at Adidas Colombia, Margaret Hirsch, as well as Andrés Cedrón, vice president and corporate secretary at medical technology company Stryker.
The full list of speakers can be seen here. More panellists will be announced soon.
Argentine firm Pérez Alati, Grondona, Benites & Arntsen (PAGBAM) is sponsoring the networking breakfast. Gold sponsors are Docket Navigator and Central American firms Aguilar Castillo Love and BLP. Garrigues is silver sponsor, whilst entity portfolio manager Mercator and Ecuadorean firm Lexvalor Abogados are bronze sponsors. Lexology is a supporting organisation.
The day will begin with a discussion on the changes in the political and regulatory landscapes in Latin America, including the impact of the recent wave of left-wing governments. Panellists will look at recent trends such as interest rate cuts and the rise of nearshoring opportunities and their related risks and challenges.
The second panel will explore the use of technology and innovation within legal departments, including a look at how GCs can leverage technology to increase their team’s efficiency.
Following a networking lunch, delegates are invited to join a discussion about how to craft a robust compliance programme and share advice on how to devise a risk-based strategy.
In the fourth panel, LACCA members will come together to address ESG values, with a focus on aligning strategies to meet sustainable targets, the role of ESG reporting and diversity and inclusion initiatives.
In the face of heightened competition for talented lawyers among both companies and law firms, the day will conclude with a discussion on lawyer retention. Legal department heads will share insight into how they create opportunities for career development within in-house teams and craft flexible working schemes that attract the new generation of lawyers.
Attendees are then invited to join us for a drinks and networking reception at the venue.
On 5 December, LACCA’s sister platform Latin Lawyer will be hosting a labour and employment law conference at the same venue in Miami. The event is free to attend for in-house lawyers, just register here.