**INCLEMENT WEATHER ANNOUNCEMENT...POSTPONED***
Top level corporate litigators and ombuds explain how an Ombuds Office helps organizations manage legal and financial risk and reduce conflict in the workplace. Specific topics include how an Ombuds office can be used most effectively; the primary statutes that affect risk for corporations, such as whistleblower laws and sentencing guidelines; how an Ombuds can forestall the impact of those laws by encouraging employees to come forward with information; how an Ombuds privilege can be protected during litigation; and issues that should be considered when standing up an Office of the Ombuds for the first time.
This brown bag lunch is sponsored by the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee of the Litigation Section. In cosponosrship with the Corporation, Finance, and Securities Law Section, the Health Law Section, the International Law Section and the Law Practice Management Section.
Hogan Lovells US LLP
Columbia Square 555 13th Street
Washington DC 20004
- Sections Office 202-626-3463
- Patrick Gnazzo, Principal, Better Business Practices, LLC
- Susan Hackett, , CEO and CLO, Legal Executive Leadership, LLC
- Charles Howard, Author: "The Organizational Ombudsman: Origins, Roles and Operations - A Legal Guide"
- George Wratney, Former corporate Ombudsman for United Technologies Corp., and Owner, Wratney Ombuds Concepts, Inc.
- James Hostetler, Managing Director, McBride and Associates, LLC (Moderator)
- CLE Credit
**Webinar (Info. will be e-mailed to registrants) $25.00
Corporation, Finance, and Securities Law Section $25.00
Government and Non-Profit Employees $25.00
Health Law Section $25.00
International Law Section $25.00
Law Practice Management Section $25.00
Law Students $25.00
Litigation Section $25.00
Non-Section Members $30.00