GC Leadership Breakfast

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GC Leadership Series>> Breakfast Workshop
The non legal and leadership skills needed to progress internally

Date:    Tuesday 15 September
Time:     08:30-11:30
Venue: Thomson Reuters,
  19 Hatfields, Southwark
  London SE1 8DJ

We're pleased to announce a new breakfast workshop as part of our GC Leadership Series.

This workshop will give you a unique opportunity to gain practical tools and techniques on how to develop an appropriate personal and team brand, grow awareness of your team across the organisation and consequently develop your role into a more influential position.

Event agenda

08:30 - 09:15
Networking Breakfast

09:15 - 11:00
Workshop - The non legal and leadership skills needed to progress internally

11:00 - 11:30
End of workshop and refreshements

Workshop details

Attend this workshop and make sure you are giving the attention necessary to ensure:
  • The retention and engagement of your best and brightest
  • The reputation and influence of your legal team is growing throughout your business
  • Your team goals are clear, executed and aligned with the goals of your company
  • Your team structure is providing the best support and opportunities for your team members as efficiently as possible
  • You are examining new ways of partnering externally and internally
  • You are delivering results by managing outside resources most effectively
Sponsored by



Transatlantic Law International (www.transatlanticlaw.com) is a London based global legal service provider covering all major areas of international business law including providing integrated labor and employment law services through its Labor Law Plus® division (www.laborlawplus.com) in more than 90 countries worldwide and in all major business centers. With a 14 year track record of success, it represents primarily multinationals and growing or restructuring companies with an innovative service platform, harnessing the expertise of dedicated teams and lawyers worldwide in a true and cost effective one stop shop for integrated legal services on a global, regional and local level.
 
  Marsha Aldridge
Head of Legal
FitFlop


Marsha has been with FitFlop for 5 years, which saw the rapid growth and international expansion into 64 countries of the 8-year-old brand. Prior to the sale of Soap & Glory in November 2014, Marsha also advised the British cosmetics brand Soap & Glory on all legal matters internationally. Before joining FitFlop and Soap & Glory, Marsha worked in private practice in the City, advising numerous fashion brands. In addition to being a qualified solicitor in England and Wales, Marsha is a member of the New York Bar.


Keith Krasny
Director
Mindflint Ltd
(Former European General Counsel, Expedia)


Keith is the former European General Counsel for Expedia and is recently served as Acting UK General Counsel for AOL and The Huffington Post UK. Prior to moving in-house, he practiced in the Technology Transfer Group at Morrison & Forester and in the US and UK Corporate teams at Weil Gotshal and Manges. Keith is a qualified English solicitor, a member of the New York Bar and a certified business coach, working with both in-house and private practice lawyers.


Erik D. Lazar
Director & Founder
Transatlantic Law International



Erik D. Lazar founded Transatlantic Law International in London in 2001 after more than 15 years of international legal and management experience, including in European General Counsel positions for Fortune 50 companies in Brussels and Luxembourg, where he was responsible for all legal aspects of regional operations. Transatlantic has grown under his direction from an original 15 country presence in Europe to a global business law service, serving primarily Fortune 500 companies in multiple countries worldwide.  He specializes in cross border mergers and acquisitions, global projects, restructuring and expansion, international commercial law and global labor and employment law. A graduate of Yale University and Hastings College of the Law, University of California, he speaks French and German and resides in London.