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Supply Chain Navigation: Managing Contractual Challenges With Suppliers & Vendors (WIPL)


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 59 minutes
Recorded Date: October 28, 2020
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Agenda

  • Best practices for companies during these novel contractually issues
  • Understanding the intricacies of each challenge and which pose the greatest risk to your business
  • Strong collaboration strategies for negotiating the best deal and working with partners to secure the optimal outcome
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: October 28, 2020


Description

The pandemic has forced companies to deal with an abundance of contractual challenges across the supply chain and with vendors. With the challenges not likely to disappear for 2020, how can General Counsel successfully navigate these novel contractual issues from force majeure, public disclosure to global supply chain disruption? Collaboration with external advisors and partners will be key to securing successful outcomes, yet for many General Counsel reservations still stand with security fears ranking top of the list.

This program was recorded as part of Corporate Counsel's Women, Influence, and Power in Law Virtual Conference held on October 28th, 2020.

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Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

Panelists

Victoria Hudgins

Reporter, Legaltech News
ALM Media, LLC

Victoria is a reporter for Legaltech News, where she covers national and international cyber regulations and legal tech innovations and developments.

Alesya Nasimova

Deputy General Counsel, Head of Legal & Compliance
DailyPay

Alesya Nasimova is the former Deputy General Counsel and Head of Legal and Compliance at DailyPay, Inc., a financial services tech startup. As their first legal hire, Alesya was in charge of the creation, implementation and training of Company wide standard agreements and compliance programs. Working closely with internal departments and outside counsel to contribute to the growth and scale of the Company, Alesya spearheaded the Trademark and Patent filings, the contract negotiation of Revenue driving deals and Data Privacy Regulation and Compliance.

Before DailyPay, Alesya has worked at WestPoint in the Commercial Real Estate and Investment Funding sector as well as devoting her time to Pro Bono work representing defendants in Consumer Debt Litigation. Alesya Proudly holds a Bachelor of Science and Juris Doctorate from St. John’s University.

Lacee C. Ecker

Associate General Counsel
American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.

LACEE CURRENTLY SERVES AS ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL AT AMERICAN EAGLE OUTFITTERS, HEADQUARTERED IN PITTSBURGH, PA, WHERE SHE HANDLES CORPORATE, COMMERCIAL, AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL MATTERS.

PRIOR TO AMERICAN EAGLE, LACEE SERVED AS COUNSEL AT UNITED STATES STEEL CORPORATION. SHE HAS WORKED EXTENSIVELY IN TRANSACTIONAL MATTERS NEGOTIATING A VARIETY OF AGREEMENTS ACROSS THE ENTIRE ENTERPRISE IN BOTH THE STEEL AND RETAIL INDUSTRIES. SHE EARNED BOTH HER B.A. AND J.D. FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AND IS ADMITTED TO THE PENNSYLVANIA BAR AND U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF PA.

ADDITIONALLY, LACEE IS A MEMBER OF THE ALLEGHENY COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION WHERE SHE RECENTLY COMPLETED HER TERM AS CHAIR OF THE YOUNG LAWYERS DIVISION AND SERVES AS A TRUSTEE FOR THE ALLEGHENY COUNTY BAR FOUNDATION.

LACEE HAS BEEN A BIG SISTER WITH BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF GREATER PITTSBURGH FOR 6 YEARS AND RECENTLY COMPLETED HER TERM AS PRESIDENT OF IT’S YOUNG PROFESSIONAL OUTREACH BOARD. ADDITIONALLY, LACEE SITS ON THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR SCHOOL FACILITY DEVELOPMENT, INC., WHERE SHE CURRENTLY SERVES AS PRESIDENT.

Leah Yadegar

Corporate Counsel
LRW Group

Leah Yadegar is Corporate Counsel for the LRW Group, a global collaboration of marketing research services companies, built on a foundation of data, insights and technology. Along with her General Counsel, Leah supports over 800 employees in 18 offices around the world. Leah is responsible for enterprise-wide legal, compliance and risk management functions spanning across the Group’s eight entities. Leah most enjoys spearheading client contract negotiations, vendor onboarding, employee and independent contractor matters, data security and training others in the art of negotiation.

Before joining the LRW Group, Leah was a litigator in a boutique civil litigation practice in Beverly Hills. Leah has been active on the board of several international non-profit organizations and in 2017-2018 was appointed the Director of the StandWithUs legal fellowship, which provides practical, hands-on legal training to law students from the five Los Angeles based law schools. Leah holds two bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California, Santa Barbara in History of Public Policy and Sociology (summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa), a J.D. from Pepperdine University School of Law, and a Certificate in A.D.R. from the prestigious Straus Institute.

Outside of her passion for law, business and negotiating, Leah is an avid international traveler, and enjoys skiing, tennis and considers herself a foodie. When she’s not at work, she is busy running after her two young sons and adventuring with her attorney husband.


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