Programme

  • Monday, February 3, 2020
  •  
    09:15  -  09:30
    Welcome
    09:30  -  10:15
    Keynote presentation – how data can transform the bottom line
    An industry perspective on how data is changing a company’s fundamental approach to growth and competitive positioning, and the impact this is having on in-house legal executives and their advisers – featuring speaker Q&A
    10:15  -  11:15
    Creation and capture

    Panel discussion on the multiple ways in which data is generated and how this affects the way it is held and managed.

    • Organic data creation – understanding, organising and harnessing

    • How to fill in the gaps between what you have and what you need

    • The challenges of acquiring, licensing and merging data sets

    11:15  -  11:45
    Networking break
    11:45  -  12:45
    Safeguarding your data

    Panel discussion on the best ways in which to conserve and defend your data to ensure you are in the optimal position to create value from it.

    • What can be protected, what cannot?

    • Looking beyond traditional forms of IP

    • Building a watertight portfolio of rights

    12:45  -  14:00
    Lunch and networking break
    14:00  -  14:30
    Industry perspective – Healthcare
    How data is revolutionising the healthcare industry, the legal challenges this presents and how they are being met.
    14:30  -  15:30
    Data to drive efficiency

    Creating value in your business practices and processes from data – and the mechanisms you need to put in place to ensure that you can do so as effectively as possible.

    • Identifying the good stuff

    • Understanding the options

    • Working with third party advisers

    15:30  -  16:00
    Networking break
    16:00  -  17:00
    Privacy at the heart of your data monetisation strategy

    Privacy regulation and enforcement is only going to increase, so a good business strategy has to put these challenges at its heart and work within the framework to maximise opportunities.

    • Complying, being seen to comply, and proving you are compliant

    • Navigating the international maze

    • What is consent, and how can you make it meaningful?

    • Data localisation and retention issues within a strong compliance policy

    17:00  -  19:30
    Drinks reception
  • Tuesday, February 4, 2020
  •  
    09:15  -  09:30
    Welcome
    09:30  -  10:15
    Keynote presentation: the view from the vanguard
    How one well-known high-tech company has approached the challenges and opportunities of the data gold rush to create processes and procedures that enable it to generate maximum value from the data it owns – featuring speaker Q&A
    10:15  -  11:15
    The role of data in competitive positioning

    The data you own can give you a real edge over your competitors – or vice-versa. How can you work within the existing antitrust law and policy framework to maximise your position?

    • Ensuring your own data remains your own

    • The law as a tool to investigate and potentially curtail competitors’ business practices

    • Acquiring competitors’ data – how global merger control rules might be a barrier in data-rich deals

    11:15  -  11:45
    Networking break
    11:45  -  12:45
    Digital transformation in action

    The streams of data produced in particular by the Internet of Things allows for companies to transform their market, customer base, approach and indeed growth perspective.

    • Understanding and managing the scope of opportunity – and its limits

    • Whose data is it anyway?

    • Risk management issues

    12:45  -  14:00
    Lunch and networking break
    14:00  -  14:30
    Industry perspective – Auto
    As cars and other vehicles become computers on wheels, data acquisition and exploitation are at the heart of new business strategies being developed in the sector.
    14:30  -  15:30
    Dealing in data

    There is growing interest in data as an asset class – one which can be bundled, bought, sold and licensed. Can you jump ahead in the data monetisation race by transacting in data?

    • Meet the intermediaries

    • The deals that are being done

    • How the market is evolving

    15:30  -  16:00
    Networking break
    16:00  -  17:00
    Data ethics – getting ahead of the curve

    The hard law on data is already significant and growing, but analysing the direction of soft law in the field allows companies to future-proof their strategies.

    • Data ethics as a concept

    • Applying its principles in a business-friendly way

    • Liability issues in data-rich industries

    17:00  -  17:00
    Conference ends
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