The forum will cover:
- international ethics
- mergers and acquisitions
- dispute resolution under the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
- collective actions in the US & the EU
- cross-border estate planning
- privacy & data security
- cross-border criminal law
- the International Criminal Court
- international trade agreements in the 21st century
- a corporate counsel roundtable.
There will also be ample networking opportunities in historical venues.
Attendees will include lawyers practising in Europe and/or the United States; lawyers with a cross border practice or an interest in European affairs, those working in government or at NGOs, in-house counsel handling matters in Europe, as well as academics, regulators and law students.