The ACC Hong Kong Executive Committee is pleased to invite you to the following presentation, hosted by Thomson Reuters.
Food and drinks will be provided. The Law Society of Hong Kong has accredited 1 CPD point. New York and California Approved Jurisdiction policy may apply.
TOPIC: MASTERCLASS ON PRACTICAL LAW - NEW CROSS BORDER RESOURCE CENTRE
Time, there’s never enough of it for busy in-house counsels. Documents to draft, completions to get through and many more tasks to fit in a day. When your work spans multiple jurisdictions, how do you work faster, more efficiently, and advise with greater confidence?
Practical Law provides in-house counsels with online legal know-how resources, including precedents or standard documents, which can be used as they are or tailored for international transactions, saving vast amounts of time.
New in Practical Law: Cross Border Resource Centre
- 400 regularly maintained resources on key cross-border topics covering 21 jurisdictions across the globe
- An intuitive dashboard designed to help you navigate complexity and risk in cross-border matters
- Live user polls and surveys to keep you on top of market practice
To help support in-house counsels, Thomson Reuters is providing Masterclass attendees with a one-month trial of Practical Law. During the Masterclass, attendees will be guided through key updates, features, and functionality to help them get the most from Practical Law and the new Cross Border Resource Centre.
||Wednesday, 18 October 2017
||Registration from 12:15 PM
Presentation from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Thomson Reuters, 18/F, ICBC Tower, 3 Garden Road, Central
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