The Regulated Industries Lawyers Group in association with Practical Law and CMS Cameron McKenna
- Review some key themes and trends in regulation and the role of lawyers within regulated industries.
- Combine the views of leading figures from industry and private practice, to promote a better understanding of the major challenges and opportunities facing lawyers in their dealings with regulation and regulators.
|10.15-10.30 am||Chairman's Welcome – Joel Hanson, General Counsel and Company Secretary, Thames Water|
|10.30-11.45 am||Keynote Address – Dieter Helm CBE, Fellow of New College, Oxford|
|11.45-12.00 am||Coffee Break|
|12.00-13.00 pm||A Legal Career in Regulated Industries - Natalie Jobling, Head of Legal Services Commercial, Network Rail, Stuart Kelly, Senior Legal Counsel, Severn Trent, Sarah Morris, Legal Counsel, Thames Water and George Ritchie, Head of Major Projects, BT Legal|
|14.00-14.45 pm||CAT Litigation – Susan Hankey, Partner – Competition Group, Cameron McKenna, Maria Ouli & Stephen Hurley, Competition and Regulatory Law International Practice Group, BT Legal|
|14.45-15.30 pm||Be a Successful Influencer - Graham Singleton, Make Yourself, www.makeyourself.co.uk|
|15.30-16.00 pm||The Future of RILG|
|16.00 pm||Chairman's Closing Remarks|
The event is open to all in-house lawyers interested in the workings of regulated industries.
About the RILG
The Regulated Industries Lawyers Group ("RILG") is dedicated to assisting lawyers working in regulated industries. The Group is committed to enabling members to share knowledge and experiences on areas of policy, regulatory and legislative reform that affect regulated industries, building networks and facilitating the delivery of better regulatory outcomes. We believe that there is a seemingly unrelenting march of regulation into new areas and industries. As such, both those lawyers who work in traditionally regulated industries and those whose sectors are increasingly impacted by the spread of regulation need to be able to respond and to assist their organisations in successfully navigating these demands. The RILG has been set up to help members deal with issues that perhaps have not received enough attention to date.