More than 100 advisers to senior executives and business founders will gather in London tomorrow to debate how to manage the reputational and other risks their clients face.
The inaugural International Forum of Senior Executive Advisers, which is hosted by UK law firm CM Murray and supported by The Global Legal Post, is designed to cater for legal advisers in disciplines including employment, immigration, private client and criminal law as well as PR and reputation management specialists and executive coaches.
It is the first event staged by the newly formed International Forum of Senior Executive Advisers.
Issues tackled by the forum at One Whitehall Place include restrictive covenant and non-compete agreements, well-being and resilience in times of crisis, founder exits and reputation management.
Speakers include top UK divorce lawyer Mark Harper, of Hughes Fowler Carruthers, GlaxoSmithKline’s Allen Powley, a compensation expert, The Financial Times’s legal correspondent, Kate Beioley, and Neal Jacobs, of Philadelphia-based Jacobs Law Group (USA).