The Global Intelligence Report 2023 is here! Get the tools you need to gain the competitive edge.

Claim your copy
From Policy to Business Impact

AI, Regulations, and Security Strategies

Watch this webinar to get the tools needed to outpace the global market, learn how to acquire key data, and leverage it effectively to drive your business forward.

Details

On-demand

33 min.

Understand your emerging market opportunities and risks

Get a firm grip on potential market opportunities and risks, and take a confident step towards future-proofing your business strategies.

Key takeaways from this webinar:

  • Understand AI’s emerging risks
  • National security‘s role in business
  • The upcoming global regulatory changes
  • A fresh outlook on global supply chain trends and opportunities
  • 2024 perspective on key M&A factors and liabilities

Each of these topics provides insight into a key aspect of modern business and makes for an engaging and informative panel.

Meet the panel

Micaela McMurrough Covington speaker at Valona Market outlook forum

Micaela McMurrough

PARTNER AT COVINGTON & BURLING LLP

Micaela McMurrough serves as co-chair of Covington's global and multi-disciplinary Technology Group, as co-chair of the Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things (IoT) initiative. In her practice, she has represented clients in high-stakes antitrust, patent, trade secrets, contract, and securities litigation, and other complex commercial litigation matters.

Scott Freling divides his practice between representing civilian and defense contractors in traditional government contracts matters and guiding buyers and sellers—including a number of leading private equity firms—through the regulatory aspects of complex government contracts M&A deals. Scott is a vice chair of the firm’s Government Contracts practice.

Scott A. Freling

PARTNER AT COVINGTON & BURLING LLP

Scott Freling divides his practice between representing civilian and defense contractors in traditional government contracts matters and guiding buyers and sellers—including a number of leading private equity firms—through the regulatory aspects of complex government contracts M&A deals. Scott is a vice chair of the firm’s Government Contracts practice.