Keynote roundup: SuperConference day 2

GC panel focuses on lobbying for government policy, judicial roundtable discusses e-discovery dilemmas

The second day of SuperConference kicked off with a keynote panel on how general counsel can shape government policy. Panelists Christine Jones, GC of Go Daddy; Andrew Tavi, GC of Nissan; and Alan Tse, GC of Churchill Downs all  gave valuable insights into lobbying and the benefits it can bring a business.

Tse spoke about illegal online gambling companies and how they take money away from legitimate gambling companies like Churchill Downs. After Churchill Downs lobbied  in Washington D.C. to crack down on these sites, the Department of Justice ended up indicting several illegal poker sites and seizing the domain names of sites located overseas.

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