What's next?

Every day, our team at Hogan Lovells is thinking and talking with our clients about how to tackle and conquer the most significant issues of this evolving world – and our new What’s Next podcast brings that dialogue straight to you. Across industries and technologies, we’ll partner with our clients to explore how businesses are adapting to disruptive innovation, and how in-house counsel can respond.

In this episode, Hogan Lovells' Global Head of Legal Services Delivery Stephen Allen picks the brain of Andrew Arruda, Co-Founder and CEO of the groundbreaking artificial intelligence company ROSS Intelligence about some of the greatest benefits and most complex challenges facing AI in the legal field.

Stephen Allen, Global Head of Legal Services Delivery at Hogan Lovells sits down with Stephanie Hamon, Managing Director and Head of External Engagement at Barclays to talk about how in-house and outside counsel can best work together to address their legal resourcing needs in a rapidly changing legal environment.

In this episode, Logan Breed, a partner with Hogan Lovells’ Antitrust practice, sits down with Daniela Combe, Vice President and Assistant General Counsel at IBM. They’ll talk about the explosion of data, the emergence of AI and cognitive computing – and the evolving relationship between in-house and outside counsel.

Kelly Hardy, co-chair of our Consumer industry group talks with Anna Maria Vitek, EVP and and GC for Legal and Compliance for North America, Latin America and APAC at GfK, one of the largest market research companies about the impacts of a rapidly-digitized consumer experience on the legal function.

Listen to Hogan Lovells privacy and cybersecurity Partner Harriet Pearson as she speaks with Lindsey Finch, Senior Vice President, Global Privacy & Product Legal at Salesforce, about the privacy issues that are on every business’ latest agenda.

In this episode, Hogan Lovells Partner and Chair of our Unmanned Aircraft Systems group, Lisa Ellman, speaks with Michael Fitzpatrick, head of Regulatory Advocacy at GE, about drones and other innovative technologies that are transforming the issues GE’s legal department tackles every day.


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