2011 Chief Legal Officer Leadership Forum

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Event Details

Date: May 5, 2011
Venue: San Francisco, California, USA


Event Overview

As the economy emerges from recession, reduction and control of risk and cost continue to be prime concerns for the general counsel’s office. In addition to issues surrounding corporate governance, government investigations, and innovative alternative fee structures, top general counsels’ address the growing importance of legal’s place in the senior corporate structure.

Panelists discuss related subjects that will feature at Argyle Executive Forum’s 2011 Chief Legal Officer Leadership Forum.

Watch panel session on "Leadership Speaks".

2011 Chief Legal Officer Leadership Forum


Session Details

Date: May 5, 2011
Time: 12:20-13:00 PDT
Topic: Leadership Speaks
Speaker: Kimberley Sprouse, Principal - LPO, Knowledge Services, Infosys Technologies

Session Description

Session topics include, but are not limited to:

  • General Counsel’s role in advancing business objectives
  • Best practices for managing in-house team
  • Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) to cut costs and gain efficiencies
  • Merger and Acquisition (M&A) due diligence to evaluate bad purchases
  • Recent developments in labor and employment laws
  • Alternative fee structures


Speaker Profile


Kimberley is a U.S. licensed attorney, with over 15 years of legal industry experience. She specializes in complex litigation, anti-trust and energy issues across the legal and project management spectrum. At Infosys LPO, Kimberley is an e-discovery Subject Matter Expert (SME). Prior to Infosys, she advised start-up LPOs, conducted proof-of-concept testing and launched pilot projects to validate workflow designs. Kimberley has counseled and supported clients in selection, implementation and training of computerized support systems for document management, early data assessment and document review.

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