I’m not going to be able to make it to Interact 2011 this year, but the event organizers have offered some conference passes for me to dole out to readers of Compliance Building. (You will have to get there on your own and pay for accommodations.)
If you are interested in attending, leave a comment below or send an email to the contest line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The entry deadline is March 30, 2011. I’ll randomly pick a winner from the entries I receive by the deadline. If you are the winner, I’ll contact you for your mailing address.
Last year, I attended Interact 2010, learned a great deal, did some great networking and had a great time.
About Interact 2011
Todayʼs corporate environment demands that every department adopt the “Do More with Less” mantra. In enterprise legal operations that means General Counsel need to effectively balance a growing portfolio of litigation, strict regulatory enforcement, growing risks and heavy penalties while being held to the same operating standards and performance metrics as any other core business unit.
Chief Compliance Officers are similarly affected. Complicating a new array of regulations has been hiring freezes, layoffs, and budget cuts. The result has been predictable: More work for compliance officers and their staff with fewer resources available. The demand for greater business agility, efficiency, and effectiveness in legal and compliance operations drives decision-makers from the nationʼs leading enterprise to uncover new strategies and technologies at Interact 2011.
Each year, legal and compliance decision-makers attend Interact to discuss key issues, build career-enhancing networks, and discover best-in-class products and services to improve success.