Dear Reader:  If you are free Tuesday 28th November at 11 am PST / 2 pm EST, please register for a one-hour panel “Big Four: Substance and Hype” featuring Stephen Poor, former managing partner of Seyfarth Shaw, and Adam Smith, Esq.’s very own Janet Stanton.  Here are the details:

The “Big Four” accountancy firms are maneuvering to overcome legislative barriers while using economic leverage against an increasingly vulnerable U.S. legal sector. Panelists Stephen Poor, Labor & Employment Attorney with Seyfarth Shaw, and Janet Stanton, Partner at Adam Smith, Esq., will take a closer look at the impact of the Big Four’s disruptive foray into the U.S. legal sector. The panel will delve deeper into the details behind recent industry-shaking announcements such as PWC’s creation of a law firm in the U.S., how such moves may shape the U.S. legal marketplace, and what courses law firms may follow in response.

When: November 28 – 11am PST / 2pm EST
Duration: 1 hour

You can register here (and yes, it’s free).  

There’s also a LinkedIn page associated with the event.

The event is generously sponsored by ShiftCentral, offering market intelligence and business insight.

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