Since 2015, Mintz has been an invited Sponsor of the Association of Corporate Counsel's Annual Meeting. This year, we are excited to announce we will be participating on two panels.

Tuesday, October 19
2:00 – 3:00 pm

Session 201 — In-house Counsel's Role in Anticipating & Managing Global Sanctions & AML Risks: Geopolitics, Transnational Crime & Economic Warfare

Presented by the Compliance & Ethics Network


  • Cece Baute Mavico, SVP, Associate General Counsel, LPL Financial
  • Steve Ganis, Member, Mintz
  • Laura Martino, Associate General Counsel, Compliance & Privacy, Global Jet Capital
  • Claire Rauscher, Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP
  • Andreanna Truelove, Senior Legal Counsel, Fidelity Investments

Many important business opportunities for US multinational companies arise in nations and territories that are embattled with strategic conflicts and/or criminal organizations. Some of these locations are targets of long-standing US sanction programs. Some risk imposition of secondary sanctions, and still others pose risks of future US sanctions or anti-money laundering enforcement. This panel will explore what sophisticated corporate counsel should understand, analyze, and monitor to stay ahead of enforcement, commercial, and reputational risks relating to increasingly rapid changes in US sanctions and anti-money laundering priorities.

Tuesday, October 19
4:30 – 5:30 pm

Session 403 — Antitrust & the Big Tech Cases: What They Mean for Your Compliance Program

Presented in cooperation with Mintz


  • Saralisa Brau, Chief Counsel, Anititrust, McKesson Corporation
  • Helen Lee, Senior Compliance Counsel, Accenture
  • Dionne Lomax, Managing Director, Antitrust and Trade Regulation; Lecturer, Markets, Public Policy, and Law, Affiliated Monitors, Inc.; Boston University Questrom School of Business
  • Joseph Miller, Member and Co-chair, Antitrust Practice, Mintz

After years of low-level grumbling about Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon's hold over social networking, online advertising, online search, and other areas, the antitrust floodgates have opened. Federal and state enforcers from all over the political spectrum have sued the big tech giants for monopolizing various markets. The time is now to assess your existing antitrust compliance program to ensure it is up to date. This session will review DOJ guidance on antitrust compliance, review trends in the law, and provide practical takeaways for you to develop your own assessment. Whether you are a part of a large or small legal department, this session will ensure you can stay ahead of the curve.

We look forward to "seeing" you at the 2021 Annual Meeting. Don't forget to stop by our virtual booth!

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