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New York, NY, United States, 2013/04/15 - LSG, the leading software application and business process outsourcing company is a proud sponsor of roundtable session at The Lawyer General Counsel Strategy Summit. The event will be held at the Penha Longa Hotel, Portugal from 25th-26th April - LSG.com.
The roundtable session features general counsels and legal department heads from some of the world’s leading firms across various industries. The resulting transcript will be published in the May 2013 issue of The Lawyer magazine which will entail the advice, strategies and perspectives on the systematic approach to efficient budget tracking, expert spend cost control and reporting.
The event will give LSG an insight to the key business issues faced by senior lawyers working in the legal function of global businesses and help them with innovative solutions to make their role more effective.
Gary R Markham, Founder and Chief Executive, has remarked “This is the first year that LSG has sponsored the Lawyer General Counsel Strategy Summit. We are glad that we will be part of a significant team to discuss key issues with senior executives and other professionals affecting the industry. The roundtable discussion will allow the participants to discuss the current issues, best practices and future trends.”
For more information on The Lawyer General Counsel Strategy Summit 2013, visit thelawyerstrategysummit.com/.
LSG (lsg.com) is a leading software application and business process outsourcing company with a global network of offices in Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific. It specializes in the areas of procurement, and vendor and litigation management. The company delivers sustainable and demonstrable financial and business benefits for its clients via proprietary applications and support solutions. These solutions enable electronic procure-to-pay engagements to be facilitated in the general insurance, claims, legal, banking, finance, mining, construction and energy industries. LSG serves clients in more than 70 countries.