In-House Attys Should Educate Regulators On New Tech

Law360, Phoenix (October 30, 2019, 10:17 PM EDT) -- It's incumbent on corporate counsel to educate regulators about advancements in their industries, according to speakers at a conference in Phoenix on Wednesday, as companies across sectors grapple with meeting the ever-growing needs of customer demands and rethink the fundamental aspects of doing business with new technology.

From left, panelists Kara Baysinger, Katherine Mason, Keith Schraad and Deborah Stalker discuss in-house lawyers' roles when it comes to innovation and regulatory change in highly regulated industries. (Michele Gorman | Law360)

The panel, which included firm and in-house lawyers as well as a regulator, at a session on the last day of the...

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