BC Law Directors’ Program — Gennari to Moderate Lunchtime Discussion

Fostering Legal and Ethical Board Leadership

The second annual Directors’ Program will feature bestselling author Frank Partnoy and director of the Division of Enforcement of the SEC Robert Khuzami, as well as:

Ramzi Abadou of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check
Christine Bader, Senior Fellow at Kenan Institute for Ethics, Duke University
Ellen Chiniara, General Counsel, Alere
Paul Dacier, General Counsel of EMC
Larry Gennari, Gennari Aronson
Michael Kendall, McDermott Will & Emery
Annmarie Levins, Associate General Counsel of Microsoft
Rick Martella, Vice President, Corporate Affairs at Aramark
Tom Saunders of Rissman Hendricks & Oliverio
Brad Smith, Former Chairperson, Federal Election Commission
John Spinnato, VP Corporate Social Responsibility, Sanofi NA
Dave Stangis, VP, CSR, Sustainability/Community Affairs, Campbell Soup Company; President, Campbell Soup Foundation
Paul Washington, Deputy General Counsel/Corporate Secretary, Time Warner
Howard Weinberg, Retired Partner, Deloitte Consulting; Fellow, Center for Corporate Citizenship

Venue: Boston College Carroll School of Management
Focus: Latest developments in corporate governance with implications for board members, senior executives and legal and financial officers
Who Should Attend: Public company board members, and professionals involved with corporate governance

The Directors’ Program will focus on several dynamic developments that impact most industry groups. Boston College alumni from all of its schools and others will be able to collaborate and share their concerns and experiences in fostering excellence and ethical board leadership.

Topics include:
• Emerging regulation of directors’ duties, especially under Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform & Protection Act of 2010 & Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
• Managing intellectual property rights in the U.S. and across international borders
• Managing labor pools in a global economy, particularly pursuant to the UN Global Compact
• Balancing the long- and short-term views on building enduring shareholder value
• Benefits and risks of pursuing corporate interests through participation in the political process post the Citizens United Supreme Court decision

Space is limited.
Boston College Law School
885 Centre Street | Newton, MA, 02459 | T: 617-552-8550