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Working Caregivers: Addressing the COVID-19 Fallout on Working Women


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 59 minutes
Recorded Date: October 06, 2021
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Agenda

  • Working Caregiver Survey Overview
  • Discussion Introduction
  • Pandemic Working Caregiver Stories
  • Positive Realizations
  • Less-than-Ideal Realizations
  • Other Concepts to Consider
  • Q & A
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: October 6, 2021

For NY - Difficulty: Experienced Attorneys Only (Non-Transitional)

Description

The alarming statistics are being felt nationwide. The disproportionate fallout of Covid-19 continues to force women out of the workforce, away from promotions, and further down the pipeline for senior leadership positions. This timely session will examine what we can do to change the course of this devastating trend, how we can support our fellow female lawyers in the workplace, and what it will take to overcome this roadblock on the road to gender equity.

This program was recorded as part of Corporate Counsel's Women, Influence, and Power in Law Conference held on October 6th, 2021.

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Panelists

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Jolene Yee

Vice President & General Counsel
Delicato Family Wines

Jolene Yee, Vice President and General Counsel of Delicato Family Vineyards, leads a small but fierce Legal Department, including alcohol beverage trade practices compliance. Her practice encompasses all aspects of winery operations, including legal strategy, M&A, domestic and cross-border commercial transactions, trademark, employment counseling, policy analysis and development, and general corporate representation. Prior to joining Delicato, she spent over a decade advising E. & J. Gallo Winery, the world’s largest winery, following a short stint with a tech firm in the Silicon Valley and a slightly longer stint as a Foreign Legal Consultant representing American and European clients in general business matters and acquisitions of financially distressed companies with a large law firm in Seoul, Korea.

Jolene is a member of the Professional Faculty for the Sonoma State University Global Executive MBA in Wine Business, and is a member of the team who developed the innovative and experiential curriculum that includes a hybrid of online learning and residential intensives.

Jolene holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a J.D. from UC Hastings College of the Law, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal and more recently served on the Hastings Employer Advisory Counsel. She was previously an adjunct instructor at Hastings.

Jolene has a history of supporting women in education and in business, and in building programs at work that help support, mentor, and advance women in the workplace. She strongly believes that a more diverse leadership means a more successful company, and is a founding member and Chair Emeritus of the Delicato Women’s Leadership Initiative.

Jolene lives in Napa, California with her husband John, two children, large lab Moonshine, and a couple chickens. When she’s not working, teaching, or chasing her two kids, you’ll likely find her having a glass of rose with her husband or writing music with her band The Sirens.

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Leah Yadegar

Senior Corporate Counsel
Material

Leah Yadegar is the Senior Corporate Counsel for Material, (formerly LRWGroup), a leading integrated marketing services company that leverages deep human understanding to help brands deliver material outcomes and experiences for their customers and the communities they serve.

Along with her General Counsel, Leah supports over 1250 employees in over 20 offices around the world. Leah is responsible for enterprise-wide legal, and risk management functions spanning across Material’s eleven 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 Material, 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, and tennis. When she’s not at work, she is busy running after her three young sons and adventuring with her attorney husband.

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Andrea Agathoklis Murino

Partner
Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Andrea Agathoklis Murino is an antitrust and competition partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Her unique combination of private and public sector experience allows her to provide practical, bespoke and efficient pathways to achieving her clients’ business objectives. Her primary focus is securing clearances for proposed transactions from the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC), state attorneys general, and international competition law enforcement agencies. In the past year alone, she has successfully represented more than 100 clients through transaction-related investigations, including high-profile Second Requests. Clients have called Andrea “super responsive, very practical and a creative problem solver” who is “a real pleasure to work with” according to Chambers USA. To The Legal 500 U.S., clients noted she is “a very strong and persuasive communicator” who can “distill down the primary advocacy arguments in a case and communicate those ideas persuasively to the antitrust agencies.”


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