Real World Implications of #MeToo – Transforming the Legal Ecosystem Series – Part VI
Hosted by FiscalNote, Her Justice, Thomson Reuters and Uber Technologies, Inc.
Register Now – Closed Door Working Session
Reaction to our five 2018-2019 #MeToo discussions was overwhelmingly positive, so we wanted to
invite you to our next roundtable discussion on Thursday, March 21, 2019, at Uber Technologies, Inc. The
discussion will focus on the unique role lawyers play in the increasingly stormy waters surrounding sexual
abuse and other corporate misconduct.
C-Suite executives and Boards are struggling with how to contend with 24/7 media coverage, public
outrage and evolving corporate cultures. Much of the media focus has, understandably, been on the most
notorious offenders and high-profile celebrities. But lawyers, not CEOs, are on the front lines of crafting
settlement and severance agreements. What should in-house and outside counsel do to address the
rapidly changing demands associated with #MeToo and related movements?
On March 21st, we will again gather an intimate group (35 to 40) of your senior peers and subject-matter
and industry experts to examine the very real, and often overlooked, legal ecosystem. This off-the-record
conversation will cover:
• The impact of the new world order on ethics and corporate culture
• How lawyers need to adapt to high profile legal, operational and reputational challenges
• How heightened public and government scrutiny has changed the role of lawyers
• How public interest organizations and pro bono providers are helping give a voice to women and
• How organizations can move from crisis to control, and from reaction to prevention
• How corporate social responsibility, inclusion and diversity organizations are effecting change