ACC Minnesota In-House “Collaboration and Coffee” Roundtable Series

Facilitated by Robins Kaplan LLP

April 28; May 13; May 28


Time: 8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m. CT

Now more than ever, in-house counsel are seeking to demonstrate value and deliver solutions as their companies navigate a host of unforeseen business and legal issues. Join us for a roundtable series led by in-house counsel from around the Twin Cities to 1) discuss the unique challenges facing in-house counsel and the solutions they are offering in today’s unique business environment; 2) learn how others are keeping sane and staying connected to their colleagues, as well as building camaraderie, in the remote-work model; and 3) share ideas for promoting safety and continuity of business when returning to work.

We will begin each roundtable hearing from seasoned in-house counsel on a timely topic for approximately 10 minutes and then allow for free-flowing Q&A between participants. ACC Minnesota will circulate takeaways and voluntarily shared resources to the broader chapter membership following each call. Because we cannot be together in person, we invite those who are able to participate by video. You may also dial in and participate by phone.

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What's a Fiduciary To Do? Considerations for Periods of Uncertainty
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