Loopstra Nixon Partner, Allan Ritchie will co-chair a workshop on Risk Management and Risk Mitigation for Law Firms at the Spring 2016 LawExchange International Conference in Tokyo, Japan on Tuesday April 26th 2016. Allan, will be joined by co-chairs Simon Biggin (Partner, Hewitsons LLP, UK), Carl Barnes (Partner, MBBP LLP, Boston) and Eva Radova (Partner, Rada & Partner, Czech Republic). The session will be attended by law firm leaders from 28 global law firms who will develop risk management strategies using a 'Boston Matrix' approach.
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