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Legal In-house Processes

Recently, the mandate for legal in-house processes has evolved. An originally limited “keep us out of trouble”- approach has turned to a business enabling partner role. In the same vein, in-house legal functions are integrating more and more into the business processes. LLI now proposes to respond to this development by defining proper legal in-house functions. These seek to facilitate the integration with the business, support continued digitalization of the legal function and therefore help to deliver legal services in the most value adding way.

Firstly, by acknowledging that it is a project, which requires dedication, resources and skills. Therefore, it is essential to make sure that there is a project group with clear capabilities and – crucially for the success of the project – dedicated resources. To sum up, this project will encompass the following phases: 

  1. Analysis,
  2. Consolidation,
  3. Optimization,
  4. Implementation, and
  5. Life cycle management.

If you are interested, feel free to contact: Eva Gardyan-Eisenlohr, Baltasar Cevc, Claudia Pichlmeier, Tamay Schimang or Bernhard Waltl

We are collaborating via MS Teams. LLI Members can join our discussion and collaboration, see MS Teams Channel.

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Presentation and Discussion of the Legal In-house Process Landscape (Past Event)

Thursday, 8 April 2021, 18-19 CET

Thank the great event, presentation, panel and discussion amongst including many of the great participants!


  1. Short presentation
  2. Round-table and discussion round
    • Eva Gardyan-Eisenlohr, Project Lead, Olympus
    • Baltasar Cevc, Lawyer and Entrepreneur, fingolex
    • Nina Stoeckel, Senior Director LE Operations, Merck KGaA
    • Maurus Schreyvogel, Chief of Legal Innovation, Novartis AG
  3. Call for participation
    • Whats next?
    • How to participate?