8th Annual Asian ITechLaw Conference

The National Law Review is pleased to bring you information on the upcoming 8th Annual Asian ITechLaw Conference:

ITech --8th Annual Asian ITechLaw Conference on February 23 and 24, 2012

  • 8th Consecutive event of the ITechLaw India series
  • A ringside view of Indian IT, Media and Telecom Law
  • Supported by several of the largest law firms and global associations
  • ITechLaw’s CyberSpaceCamp® to be held on February 22, 2012
  • Contemporary topics addressed by leading experts drawn from some of the best global law firms
  • Engaging debates with panelists from industry, regulatory authorities and in-house legal departments
  • Interactive sessions on issues affecting the largest IT bases in the world
  • Welcome Reception and Art Show, promoting emerging Indian artistes, allowing delegates to network with local corporates and invited guests
  • Gala Dinner and Networking Luncheons – ample networking opportunities to meet fellow professionals
  • I – Win Tea Meeting
  • In – House Counsel Breakfast Meeting
  • Exclusive golf outings on February 22 and 25, 2012
  • Make the trip a memorable experience by taking an excursion to exotic destinations across southern India, such as Mysore, Kerala and Tamil Nadu

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