CBC Law partner, Altug Ozgun has been in high demand recently. He appeared in Turkey’s Akşam newspaper on 20 March, giving his insights into digital mobbing in the workplace. See the article here (available in Turkish only). In addition, he contributed to the inaugural third-party risk management guideline in an online launch for TEID (Ethics and Reputation Society of Turkey). He also gave a business ethics focused presentation to TEID and TKYD (Corporate Governance Association of Turkey) on 7 April, which looked at local and extra-territorial anti-corruption regulations.
This week Altug delivered a speech to YZTD (Artificial Intelligence and Technology Association) in his role as leader of the AI legal working group. He will also attend TEID’s AGM.
There was also cause for celebration when CBC Law’s Employment practice, which Altug heads, was recognized by Legal 500.
On 22 April he will be giving online training to the German Chambers of Commerce Abroad (AHK), focused on remote working and labor law, with CBC Law senior associate, Ozgur Yasasin. You can sign up to the event here.
As a recognized thought leader, Altug continues to answer the big questions in business ethics, compliance and employment law. If you would like to find out more about Altug’s thoughts, please see his insights here on the CBC Law website.