Experts to discuss technological innovation in legal and business strategy

The OMG Institute will bring together international and local experts at its third International Congress on Legal Strategy (CIEL) to address the challenges and opportunities presented by technological innovation in legal and business strategy.

The biennial conference on this occasion will be in virtual mode and will take place on August 4 and 5.

Through a press release, it is explained that this edition will focus on three main axes: Digital Economy, Global Business and LegalTech, and will feature the participation of more than a dozen national and international speakers from the academic and professional community, in the areas of law, management, technology, economics and business.

“Technological innovation is transforming how business models, markets, products and services are structured and developed and driving important changes in the economy and commerce. Legal and business strategy must leverage this new reality,” said Leonel Melo Guerrero, director of the Congress.
Keynote speakers include: Mike Keppel, vice chancellor for teaching and learning at Taylor’s University, Malaysia; Thomas D. Barton, professor of law, co-director of the Center for Creative Problem Solving at California Western School of Law, San Diego.

In addition, Dr. Vicenç Ribas Ferrer, professor at Universidad Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain; Howard Yu, director of the IMD Advanced Management Program and LEGO professor of management and innovation, directs the Center for Future Readiness, and holds a PhD in management from Harvard Business School; Martin Mankabady, global head of the Insurance Group and partner in the Corporate and Regulatory Insurance Practice at Dentons, Great Britain; Enmanuel Cedeño Brea, manager of regulation and innovation at the Superintendency of Banks of the Dominican Republic.

In addition to the keynote speeches, several panels will be presented with the participation of renowned professionals from different sectors and disciplines, ensuring to provide participants with an interdisciplinary, practical and updated view of the topics discussed.

The press release indicates that CIEL aims to promote innovation through the design of new structures and methodologies of analysis and research in the areas of business, management, economics and law.

This activity is supported by partners such as OMG, GCS Systems, BanReservas, United Capital, Primma Valores, Blandino, Inicia, Alpha Valores, Grupo SID, among others.


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