CCC2022 AgendaTHURSDAY, March 24, 2022 – SATURDAY, March 26, 2022All times listed are Central Time (CST)The HNBA/VIA sought Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits for eligible sessions in various states. Credit hours are estimated and are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules. Theremay be sessions that do not meet accreditation requirements in certain jurisdictions. All sessions submitted for CLE accreditation are indicated with a after the session title.Sessions with a after the title require pre-selection and/or pre-registration; sessions may be presented on separate virtual platforms and are not open to all CCC2022 registrants.Updated as of 3/11/2022 3:57 PM1

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 20224:00 PM – 5:00 PMCCC2022 Law Student Volunteer Orientation 6:00 PM – 9:00 PMPODER25 Welcome Reception & Power Dinner Welcome RemarksJosé Ramón González, PODER25 Advisory Member, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary, Equitable Holdings, New York, NYJavier Flores, HNBA VP of Programs – Su Carrera, Partner, Dinsmore & Shohl, Boston, MA8:00 AM – 9:00 AMTHURSDAY, MARCH 24, 2022PODER25 Welcome Breakfast & Start-Ups – Sponsored by Jackson Lewis Welcome RemarksJosé Ramón González, PODER25 Advisory Member, VP & General Counsel, Honeywell Intelligrated, Cincinatti, OHJavier Flores, HNBA VP of Programs – Su Carrera, Partner, Dinsmore & Shohl, Boston, MA9:00 AM – 10:30 AMElevate Your Profile with PODER25 MembersAngel Gomez, PODER25 Facilitator, Executive Coach, Angel Gomez Consulting, Los Angeles, CA10:30 AM – 10:45 AMBreak10:45 AM – 12:00 PMWhat No One Ever Told You About Internal Selection Processes: Strategies for Leveraging Succession Planning and Interviewing with Business Executives12:00 PM – 1:15 PMCorporate Decision-Makers LuncheonJosé Ramón González, PODER25 Advisory Member, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary, Equitable Holdings, New York, NYJavier Flores, HNBA VP of Programs – Su Carrera, Partner, Dinsmore & Shohl, Boston, MA1:15 PM – 1:30 PMBreak1:30 PM – 3:00 PMLeading Practices for Measuring Diversity, Equity and Inclusion as Part of Your Environmental, Social and Governance Reporting: What Senior ExecutivesMust Know3:00 PM – 3:15 PMBreak3:15 PM – 4:45 PMPODER25 Presents: The Association Club – Enlist, Explore, Engage4:45 PM – 5:00 PMClosing RemarksUpdated as of 3/11/2022 3:57 PM2

12:00 PM – 5:00 PMHNBA Registration6:30 PM – 9:00 PMHNBA Corporate Counsel Conference Welcome Reception9:30 PM – 12:00 AMHNBA Young Lawyers & Law Students Divisions Reception; Sponsored by U.S. Army JAG Corps8:00 AM – 5:00 PMHNBA Registration8:00 AM – 9:00 AMFriends of Bill W. Meeting9:00 AM – 9:30 AMPlenary Breakfast9:30 AM – 10:45 AMCCC2022 OPENING PLENARY: PODER25 and The Pipeline to General Counsel and the C-SuiteThe HNBA’s PODER 25 has created a vast talent pipeline positioning and leveraging its growing Latino talent pool to increase representation insenior positions within corporate legal departments. Hear from PODER25 leadership and other affinity organizations including National Asian PacificAmerican Bar Association and the National Bar Association for an update on the success of PODER25 and the parallel initiatives of other affinityorganizations. This panel will also explore how different affinity groups can work together to strengthen efforts for advancement of lawyers of colorin corporate America, and provide value add for companies and stakeholders.10:00 AM – 4:00 PMExhibitor Showcase11:00 AM – 12:15 PMCLE’SFRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2022Advocacy & Litigation Track – Panel #1 Corporate Counsel Track – Panel #1 Public Interest/Government Track – Panel #1 Pulling Back the Curtain on CorporateMonitorshipsA thoughtful discussion amongpractitioners and a representative fromthe Department of Justice on the innerworkings of corporate monitorships. Thediscussion will cover the selection process,responsibilities, recent trends, and diversityand inclusion considerations.The Internet of Things and The Future ofSupply ChainThe Internet of Things and connecteddevices have ushered in a broad array offascinating legal issues. On the one hand,the IoT has presented numerous excitingopportunities for businesses who seek toenhance data collection and supplychain operations in industries such ashealthcare, telecommunications, and thefood and beverage industry. On the otherhand, the IoT has elevated legalconcerns about privacy andCannabis Regulation in the United States:Implications for Corporate CounselThe panel will provide an overview ofcannabis-related regulatory issues facing nonmarijuana companies today. Panelists willcover at a high level the federal and stateregulatory regimes governing cannabisproducts, issues raised for banks and lendersseeking to finance such businesses, labor andemployment issues faced by companiesoperating in state-legal marijuana states, andequity issues raised by state-legal regulatoryMODERATORSandra Gonzalez, Shareholder, GreenbergTraurig, Austin, TXUpdated as of 3/11/2022 3:57 PM3The Art of Successful Lawyering Track –Panel #1 Good Guys Men in the Mix: Male Allyshipand Success in the LawGOOD Guys is a program created by theNational Conference of Women's BarAssociations to integrate DE&I with maleleaders. See in the Mix was a project of the ABA'sCommission on Women to assess how DE&Ican better engage male allies. The twoprograms together provide a wide array ofinformation for male allies including apresentation about how to ensurecompanies are benefiting from DE&I, and

PANELISTSElsa Manzanares, Partner, Stinson, Dallas,TXcybersecurity that need to be discussedand addressed. In this panel, we willdiscuss these riveting and timely issues.Mayling Blanco, Partner, Norton RoseFulbright, New York, NYMODERATORChristopher Suarez, Attorney, Steptoe &Johnson, Washington, DCCarlos Lopez, Trial Attorney, U.S.Department of Justice, Criminal Division,Fraud Section, New York, NYPANELISTSIda Wahlquist-Ortiz, Founder, TheCoLaunchPad, San Francisco, CAUmair Nadeem, Director, Forensic RiskAlliance, Dallas, TXJustin Castillo, Chief Operating Officer, BTFederal, Reston, VAregimes. The panel also could include theperspective of a state regulator.MODERATORElizabeth Briones, Business Associate Litigation,Troutman Pepper, Washington, DCwhy male leaders are so important, as wellas a panel of GOOD Guys who explain whythey care and why and how other maleleaders can succeed at DE&I. GOODstands for Guys Overcoming Obstacles toDiversity.PANELISTSDorothy Parson McDermott, Principal, JacksonLewis, Indianapolis, INMODERATORRobert Maldonado, Counsel, WolfGreenfield, New York, NYAgustin Rodriguez, Partner, Troutman Pepper,Washington, DCPANELISTSTeresa Beck, Managing Shareholder ofArizona and Nevada, Co-Chair of DE&ICommittee Klinedinst Law, San Diego, CADiana G. Santos, Senior Attorney, IBM,New York, NYRosevelie Márquez Morales, D&I Director forthe Americas, Hogan Lovells, New York, NYJoseph L. Linares, Associate, Walsh PizziO'Reilly Falanga, Newark, NJValerie T. Matherne, Operations Lead,Chevron, New Orleans, LA12:15 PM – 12:45 PMPlenary Lunch12:45 PM – 2:00 PMAFTERNOON PLENARY: Fireside Chat with HNBA FoundersIn celebration of the HNBA’s 50th Anniversary, Founders Alfred Baltazar (“Balt”) Baca and John Huerta (the “Founders”) will share the stage to discuss the birth ofthe HNBA, and how the mission has been carried out and evolved over the last five decades. Moderated by Maria Aponte, a pioneer of the HNBA, theFounders will share a historical retrospective on the HNBA’s early years, examine the HNBA’s challenges and accomplishments, the growth of the organization,and how we can leverage past success to continue our mission for another 50 years.2:15 PM – 3:30 PMCLE’SAdvocacy & Litigation Track – Panel #2 Corporate Counsel Track – Panel #2 Public Interest/Government Track – Panel #2 Advanced Investigation Techniques andBest Practices to Avoid EmploymentlitigationBehind the Ransomware Iron CurtainThis panel will explore the critical role thatcounsel must play in the development ofany organization's cybersecurity program.Recent Legislation and Judicial DecisionsAffecting the LGBT CommunityIn 2021, state legislatures across the countryconsidered or enacted numerous measuresUpdated as of 3/11/2022 3:57 PM4The Art of Successful Lawyering Track –Panel #2 Effective DEI Solutions in Remote and HybridWorkplacesTwo years into the new normal,organizations of all types and sizes are

We will be covering the following topics:Categorizing the Nature of theComplaint/Concern, How to CaptureComplaints/Concerns, Conflicts,Interacting with Witnesses, The Importanceof Recognizing Biases and Keeping themin Check, How to Avoid Being Called as aWitness, Effective Use of Internal andExternal Resources, CorrectiveAction/Mandatory Reporting, PreservationObligations. We will also cover how tohandle and best practices when abusiness is investigated by the Departmentof Labor (wage and hour and FMLA), theU.S. Equal Employment OpportunityCommission (onsite visits and Requests forInformation, when investigatingemployment discrimination claims) andthe Department of Homeland Security,Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I-9audits).It will cover topics such as cyber policies,incident response, and engagement withregulators. It will also cover links betweenan organization's risk managementprogram and work on data protectionand network defense. Panel will also offeran opportunity most companies andcorporate counsel never have - a peekbehind the curtain of the ransomwareepidemic and a chance to delve into thedifficult questions lawyers face during anattack. We will cover three main areas how ransomware criminal groupsoperate, the lifecycle of a ransomwareattack as seen from the attacker and thevictim, and then a short tabletop exercisethat includes audience participation indealing with the questions lawyers face,including such ethical dilemmas aswhether to pay and notifying lawenforcement.MODERATORAngela Quiles Nevarez, Of Counsel,Jackson Lewis, Philadelphia, PAMODERATORGuillermo Christensen, Office ManagingPartner, Ice Miller, Washington, DCPANELISTSMaritza Gomez, Kaufman, Senior Counsel,Gap, Inc., Fort Lauderdale, FLPANELISTSVictoria Beckman, Director, MicrosoftAmericas Digital Crimes Unit, FortLauderdale, FLLillian Moon, Partner, Akerman, Orlando, FLCandice Pinares-Baez, Director of BusinessAffairs, Hard Rock International, Miami, FLaffecting the LGBT community, includingsingle-sex facility restrictions, bills excludingtransgender youth from sports, religiousexemption bills, and bills preempting localLGBT protections. This panel will address suchstate legislation, and will explore otherinitiatives and judicial developments affectingthe LGBT community.MODERATORJames Aliaga, Associate, Calcaterra Pollack,New York, NYPANELISTSIvan Espinoza-Madrigal, Executive Director,Lawyers for Civil Rights, Boston, MAOmar Gonzalez-Pagan, Senior Attorney,Lambda Legal, New York, NYLynda Daniel, Senior Risk Advisor,McKinsey & Co., New York, NYTeri Diaz, Associate, Morgan Lewis,Washington, DCMichael Pastor, Director, Tricarico Institutefor the Business of Law and In-HouseCounsel, Adjunct Professor of Law, NewYork Law School, New York, NYUpdated as of 3/11/2022 3:57 PM5grappling with the question of how toensure that their Diversity, Equity & Inclusionobjectives are achievable in the remoteand hybrid workplace. Join a panel of inhouse and outside counsel for a frankconversation about issues like building andevolving workplace culture with remoteemployees, ensuring equitable mentoringand advancement opportunities, and howyour organization can move the needle onDEI.MODERATORMelissa Muro LaMere, Partner, Maslon,Minneapolis, MNPANELISTSMarta Carreira-Slabe, Chief Counsel/ChiefCompliance Officer, Health Solutions Aon,Chicago, ILSummra Shariff, President, Twin CitiesDiversity in Practice, Minneapolis, MNAndrew Farthing, Director of CommercialLitigation, Apple, Austin, TX

2:15 PM – 3:45 PMHNBA/VIA SU DINERO – Sponsored by PrudentialWe hear every day that many Americans are not financially prepared for their future. You may find the financial planning process overwhelming or may notknow where to begin. This seminar is designed to offer practical, down-to-earth information that may help you and your family today, tomorrow, and beyond.PRESENTERSilvia Tergas, Financial Planner, Prudential Advisors, Washington, DC2:15 PM – 4:15 PMHNBA/VIA Corporate Diverse Recruiting Meet & Greet – Sponsored by Apple3:00 PM – 4:00 PMHNBA/VIA 11th Annual Speed Networking & Corporate Connections Program The Speed Networking and Corporate Connections Program is one of the HNBA/VIA’s signature professional and business development initiatives. To advanceour mission to enrich and diversify the legal profession, the Program is designed to promote meaningful business relationships between America’s leadingcorporate law departments, as well as federal agencies, and Hispanic legal professionals.4:00 PM – 5:00 PMSpeed Networking Reception3:45 PM – 5:00 PMCLE’SAdvocacy & Litigation Track – Panel #3 Corporate Counsel Track – Panel #3 Public Interest/Government Track – Panel #3 Crypto and Digital Currencies: Updates onthe Regulatory Landscape and LitigationDevelopmentsThis panel will provide a general overviewof cryptocurrencies and other digitalassets and the evolving regulatorylandscape surrounding them. Despite theincreasing popularity of these assets, thelaw governing them is not well defined orunderstood. This seminar will provide anintroduction to several of the key issuesand challenges that investors andfinancial service providers will face as aresult of some of these uncertainties. Thispanel will also discuss the rise of classactions in the cryptocurrency market,damages issues related to blockchaintechnology and cryptocurrency in civilChallenges, Opportunities and BestPractices for Building an Effective ESGProgram and Sustainability Strategy;Sponsored by PrudentialIn today’s environment, businesses areencountering unprecedentedEnvironmental, Social and Governance(ESG) and sustainability issues with seriousimplications that require trusted,specialized, and practical advice.Regardless of size, businesses mustunderstand and address these concernsdue to increasing scrutiny from variousstakeholders, including investors,government regulators, NGOs, employeesand consumers.Protect and Respect Latinas’ ReproductiveRights and JusticeFor the first time in almost half a century, Roev. Wade and its progeny are beingchallenged in an unprecedented manner inboth state legislatures and at the Unites StatesSupreme Court. Recent laws, like Texas SenateBill 8, have taken dangerous steps to not onlyend access to abortion care after 6 weeks butalso to undermine the rule of law by creatingschemes that delegate enforcement andbounties in an effort to avoid judicial review.Additionally, Mississippi’s 15 week-ban is adirect assault on Roe and a case in which theState is asking the Supreme Court to overturnover five decades of precedent. Today, forthe first time in fifty years people in large areasof the South are without access to abortionUpdated as of 3/11/2022 3:57 PM6The Art of Successful Lawyering Track –Panel #3 In-House and Outside Counsel Pairs ShareBest PracticesWe propose a slight twist on the CorporateCounsel track, to bring in additionalparticipants to the HNBA experience andcreate value to attendee sponsors andmembers alike: Moderated panel of 3-4 inhouse counsel describe their experienceson the in-house side and what they’velearned (vs. law firm life). Each will bring afavorite outside counsel (OC) who really“gets it” in providing legal services for thatclient's approach. We'll explore how thoseOC adapted their firm approach to the inhouse mindset to work well with thatcompany. Preference for diverse panelists,especially strong Latinx role models.

litigation and cross-border regulatoryissues, including AML and FCPA, involvingcryptocurrencies.MODERATORAdrian Sierra, Principal, SFG, Chicago, ILPANELISTSGloria Fazzolari, Lead Counsel, Wells Fargo,Charlotte NCMayling Blanco, Partner, Norton RoseFullbright, New York, NYMichael A. Fernández, Counsel, RiveroMestre, New York, NYSonia Zeledon, AGC, Ethics, Complianceand Data Privacy, Hersey Company,Miami, FLAs the focus on ESG and sustainablepractices continues to emerge, evolveand disrupt, there is an incredibleopportunity for lawyers to participate inshaping the future of their companies orfirm. This panel will equip lawyers with thekeys and best practices to building aneffective ESG Program and sustainabilitystrategy to address one of the mostchallenging, comprehensive andpowerful movements confrontingcorporate America.In this panel we aim to cover: What is ESG and sustainability and howis it changing? Why are they important for both privateand public businesses of all sizes? Who are the stakeholders and what isdriving their significance? What laws and regulations are drivingESG and sustainability? What are some the important keys to aneffective ESG Program and sustainabilitystrategy?care. Currently, Latina’s account for 25% of allabortions. Join us for this timely conversationon the current state of reproductive rights andits impact on Latinas and our community.MODERATORMaria Coor, Senior Corporate Counsel,Amazon, Washington, DCPANELISTSAracely Muñoz, Co-Chair, Diversity EquityInclusion and Intersectionality Task Force,Center for Reproductive Rights, Washington,DCNancy Cárdenas Peña, Texas Director ofPolicy and Advocacy, National Latina Institutefor Reproductive Justice, Austin, TXMODERATORIsmael Bautista, Jr., Senior Counsel,SoCalGas, Los Angeles, CAPANELISTSDino Barajas, Partner, Baker Botts, LosAngeles, CARichard Montes De Oca, ManagingPartner, MDO Partners, Miami, FLJuan J. Redin, Senior Deputy GeneralCounsel, Metropolitan Water District ofSouthern California, Los Angeles, CAUpdated as of 3/11/2022 3:57 PM7MODERATORBernadette Lopez, Corporate Counsel,Amazon, Seattle, WAPANELISTSLeslie Reed, Associate General Counsel, &Legal Director, Amazon, Seattle, WAXavier Gutierrez, Transactional Real EstateAttorney, Miller Starr Regalia, Walnut Creek,CAMichael Capiro, Senior Counsel Products,Salesforce, Atlanta, GARosevelie Marquez Morales, DE&I Director Americas, Hogan Lovells, New York, NYZohra Tejani, Co-Founder, Tong Tejani,McLean, VA

Francisco Hernandez, Chief Ethics andCompliance Officer, DuPont, Atlanta, GAAntonio D. Robinson, Senior VP,Corporate Social Responsibility, Carter's,Atlanta, GA5:30 PM – 7:00 PMVIP Reception (by invitation only)7:00 PM – 9:30 PMHNBA Top Lawyers Under 40 Awards ReceptionSPEAKERPilar Ramos, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, TelevisaUnivision, New York, NY9:30 PM – 12:00 AMHNBA Latina Commission Afterhours Soirée – Sponsored by Faegre DrinkerSATURDAY, MARCH 26, 20228:00 AM – 3:00 PMHNBA Registration8:00 AM – 9:00 AMFriends of Bill W. Meeting9:00 AM – 9:30 AMPlenary Breakfast9:30 AM – 10:45 AMHNBA Latina Commission PlenaryJoin us in the Breakfast Plenary to discuss how Latina voices are being silenced and what we can do to magnify them instead.10:00 AM – 3:00 PMExhibitor Showcase11:00 AM – 12:15 PMCLE’SAdvocacy & Litigation Track – Panel #4 Corporate Counsel Track – Panel #4 Viral Litigation: How COVID-19 hasImpacted Litigation Trends Across VariousIndustriesWe propose discussing a few majordevelopments in litigation as a result of theCOVID-19 pandemic. For example, weA Year Later: In-House Counsel's ContinuedStruggle to Manage Remote and HybridWorkforces in the COVID EraOne year ago, this panel of experts walkedthrough their experiences and concerns, asCOVID turned our daily work-lives asPublic Interest/Government Track – Panel#4 2022 Pathways to the JudiciaryThe HNBA Judicial Division is seeking toexpand the number of qualifiedcandidates for judicial office byencouraging applications from persons ofcolor and groups historically unrepresentedUpdated as of 3/11/2022 3:57 PM8The Art of Successful Lawyering Track –Panel #4 What’s Next? Legal Career Options or PivotsMODERATORAndrea Saavedra, Assistant Dean,Columbia Law School, New York, NY

intend to discuss employment litigationrelated to vaccine mandates; class actionlitigation, including various class actionlawsuits against educational institutions forshifting to remote modality during thepandemic; and various intellectualproperty issues related to COVID-19.Discussion of how litigation has changedduring covid, remote depositions, remotehearings, remote evidentiary hearings.MODERATORNathan Morales, Associate, Stoel Rives,Portland, ORPANELISTSJose Villarreal, Partner, Perkins Coie, Austin,TXIván Resendiz-Gutierrez, Litigation andAppellate Attorney, Miller Nash, Portland,ORemployment lawyers upside down. Now, ina world where government mandates havecome, gone and (in some places) comeback again, workers have refused to returnto their previous workplaces, andemployers reimagine their workplaces, itseems that the world may never be thesame for in-house employment lawyers.Please join our panel of in-house experts,who will revisit and update their previousdiscussions about their handling of a varietyof emerging Zoom and COVID-related eraissues, including workers refusing to return towork, remote investigations, return to worksafety issues, disciplining employees andremote documentation best practices,attorney-client privilege issues, andimmigration/cross-border inquiries becauseof remote working.MODERATORChristopher Pardo, Partner, HuntonAndrews Kurth, Boston, MAPANELISTSLynn Trevino-Legler, Senior EmploymentAttorney, Waddell & Reed, Overland Park,KSMike Jackson, Assistant General Counsel,Microsoft, Seattle, WAor underrepresented in the Judiciary. ThePathways to the Judiciary CLE is a panel ofexperienced jurists who will give attendeesan idea of the different paths that theyhave taken which ultimately led to aposition on the bench. They will share theirexperiences on how to become a judgeeither through election, appointment or lifeand retentions vote terms in Federal, State,and local courts. The Panel would consist ofvaried group of five judges who representsdiverse jurisdictions - both geographicallyand type of court - and other backgrounds.MODERATORHon. Javier Vargas, Family Court Judge,Kings County, NYPANELISTSHon. Lourdes Ventura, New York StateSupreme Court, Queens County, NYHon. Arlene M. Asencio Perkkio, First JudicialDistrict of Minnesota, Dakota County, MNHon. Catherine Torres-Stahl, Texas 175thDistrict Court, San Antonio, TXHon. Gladys I. Nieves, Superior Court Judge,Superior Court, Waterbury, CTSonia Low, VP, General Counsel andCorporate Secretary, Javits ConventionCenter, New York, NYAlexandra Geiger, Senior AssociateGeneral Counsel, Enel North America,Boston, MA12:15 PM – 12:45 PMPlenary LunchUpdated as of 3/11/2022 3:57 PM9PANELISTSIgnacio Sandoval, Partner, Morgan, Lewis &Bockius, Washington, DCNiza Motola, Assistant General Counsel,Univision, Miami, FLPatricia Diaz-Rodriguez, Senior Director,Ankura Consulting Group, New York, NY

12:45 PM – 2:00 PMAFTERNOON PLENARY: Mendez v. Westminster: 75 Years LaterPreceding Brown v. BOE by eight years, this case paved the way for school desegregation and introduced, for the first time, evidence of the harmsegregation posed to minority children. This groundbreaking case was brought by nine-year-old Sylvia Mendez against several California school districts thatsegregated Mexican-American school children as a routine practice. Join us for a celebratory discussion of the landmark case on its 75th anniversary, and thecase’s positive effects on our education and legal systems, as well as Latino and other students of color.MODERATORHon. Javier Vargas, Family Court Judge, Kings County, NYPANELISTSSandra Robbie, Writer/Producer, OC Peacewalk, Santa Ana, CAHon. Frederick P. Aguirre, Retired, Orange County Superior Court, Orange County, CA2:15 PM – 3:30 PMCLE’SAdvocacy & Litigation Track – Panel #5 Corporate Counsel Track – Panel #5 “Latinos and the 2020 Census: Who are theJurors Deciding Your Clients’ Cases?”This CLE will focus on how to leverage 2020Census data, which shows a significantincrease in the Hispanic population in theUS and its impact on civil jury trials.Specifically, the panel will focus on juryselection, preparation, and the importanceof having diverse trial counsel.Visa Options for Hiring Foreign Workers: APrimer for General CounselThe COVID-19 pandemic has dramaticallychanged the way business is conducted.With unpredictable challenges created bysupply chain disruptions, retention issues,and labor shortages, in-house counsel mustidentify new ways to keep their companiescompetitive and compliant in an everchanging employment marketplace. Thisseminar will explore the over-lookedemployment-based immigration solutions tothese novel issues, providing in-housecounsel with a comprehensive overview ofavailable options to explore with companymanagement and outside counsel in orderattract the best and brightest candidatesfrom around the world.MODERATORJesus J. Torres, Counsel, Shook Hardy &Bacon, Los Angeles, CAPANELISTSArturo J. González, Partner, Morrison &Foerster, San Francisco, CAAngélicque M. Moreno, Attorney, Avanzino& Moreno, Brooklyn, NYMODERATORHelena Tetzeli, Shareholder, KurzbanKurzban Tetzeli & Pratt, Miami, FLPublic Interest/Government Track – Panel#5 State AG Enforcement & Litigation Trends inAntitrust, Product Liability, and Workers’Rights MattersState Attorneys General have becomeactive regulators on the national stage.Whether bringing litigation in state courts orcollaborating with other states and thefederal government on large-scale nationalinvestigations, the country’s AGs havetaken aim at private sector conduct likenever before. This panel highlights threerecent trends in this area: State AGs’ (1)enforcement of antitrust laws, particularlywith respect to big tech companies; (2)increasing reliance on public nuisance lawfor traditional product liability claims, suchas in the opioid litigation; and (3) role inprotecting workers’ rights during theCOVID-19 pandemic.The Art of Successful Lawyering Track –Panel #5 Advancing and Protecting a ResilientCareer, Strategies from the Front LineA discussion about professional resilience inresponse to the current market and shifts inthe industry - alternative careers, changesin the market and marketing/branding. Weknow that the pandemic has forcedeveryone to rethink their life/career choicesand recalibrate accordingly. Lawyers arenot only rethinking practice but exploringtotally new ways to use theirdegrees/experience. Many might not knowhow to recalibrate, or answer the question“what next?” This panel discussion wouldfocus on how to approach this process.MODERATORPANELISTSUpdated as of 3/11/2022 3:57 PM10MODERATORDavid A. Moreno, Jr., Partner, BrownRudnick, New York, NY

PANELISTSMelina V. Villalobos, Shareholder, Ogletree,Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, Raleigh,NCEric Dominguez, Shareholder, KLD, LosAngeles, CAGina M. Polo, Shareholder, BuchananIngersoll & Rooney, Miami, FLDaniel A. Kadish, Associate, Morgan Lewis& Bockius, New York, NYGloria M. Portela, Senior Counsel, Seyfarth,Houston, TXPANELISTSAntonio M. Pozos, Partner, Faegre DrinkerBiddle, Philadelphia, PAHon. Ignacia S. Moreno, CEO & Principal,The iMoreno Group, Washington, DCEsteban Rodriguez, Counsel, O'Melveny &Myers, Los Angeles, CAKristi Nevarez, Shareholder, Fragomen, SanJose, CAMaria Mejia-Opaciuch, Senior Associate,Pryor Cashman, New York, NY2:15 PM – 4:15 PMHNBA/VIA Corporate Diverse Recruiting Meet & Greet – Sponsored by Amazon6:30 PM – 7:30 PMHNBA/VIA Gala Reception7:30 PM – 12:00 AMHNBA/VIA Gala Dinner & Closing Celebration – Sponsored by GoogleUpdated as of 3/11/2022 3:57 PM11Dario A. Perez, Partner, Shutts & Bowen,Miami, FL

and network defense. Panel will also offer an opportunity most companies and corporate counsel never have - a peek behind the curtain of the ransomware epidemic and a chance to delve into the difficult questions lawyers face during an attack. We will cover three main areas - how ransomware crimin