21st Annual Stanford Digital Economy Best Practices Conference


WHEN June 10, 2024
WHEREStanford Law School

About the Conference

With generative AI, emerging markets, novel business models, and antitrust developments, we’re on a new frontier in the digital economy–and the laws and regulations have yet to catch up. As a professional working at the intersection of legal and tech, how do you stay up to speed and navigate these new challenges and opportunities?  

Join us for Stanford Digital Economy Best Practices, the premier educational event for in-house counsel and practitioners who work in tech. Leading experts from industry, legal practice and academia will address current issues facing the industry and offer practical solutions for dealing with the many legal uncertainties that arise when doing business online.


  • Stay Current: Gain invaluable insights into the latest best practices shaping the digital economy, from navigating antitrust challenges to understanding the intricacies of generative AI.
  • Networking Opportunities: Forge meaningful connections with peers, industry leaders, and legal practitioners who share your passion for innovation and legal-tech excellence.
  • Expert Panels: Delve into thought-provoking discussions, including a roundtable with general counsel from top digital economy companies, offering firsthand perspectives and actionable advice.


  • Antitrust Best Practices in an Era of Increased Regulation and Litigation
  • Generative AI: Ownership Rights in Data, Content & Information – and Fair or Permissible Uses for Training AI Models
  • Doing Business with China – Local Presence vs Offshore?
  • European Digital Regulations and Compliance
  • Software as Product
  • Gaming Best Practices
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