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GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION in cooperation with THE ASSOCIATION OF CORPORATE COUNSEL present the 9th Annual Corporate Counsel Institute Thursday-Friday, March 10-11, 2005 • Washington, DC 12.0 CLE credit hours (based on a 60 minute hour) including 2.0 hours of legal ethics Georgetown University Law Center and the Association for Corporate Counsel (ACC) have crafted a timely, practical and comprehensive program that is designed to help you solve your toughest problems and leave with “take-aways” that you can implement the next day at your office. Once again, the Institute includes an agenda crafted by our Advisory Board to meet your toughest challenges and to provide insights from many of the country’s leading officials, in-house lawyers and private practitioners. NEW THIS YEAR Workshop for Small Law Departments Wednesday, March 9, 2005 • Washington, DC 6.0 CLE credit hours (based on a 60 minute hour) PRESENTERS INCLUDE: Honorable Honorable Michael G. Honorable Walter E. Dellinger, Nancy Higgins Paul S. Sarbanes Michael G. Oxley Cherkasky William S. Cohen III Chief Ethics Officer United States Senate United States House of CEO & President Chairman and Chief Douglas Maggs Professor MCI, Inc. Washington, DC Representatives Marsh & McLennan Executive Officer Duke University Ashburn, VA Washington, DC Companies The Cohen Group School of Law Chairman & President Washington, DC Durham, NC Marsh, Inc. O’Melveny & Myers LLP New York, NY Washington, DC James R. Jenkins Honorable Frank H. Menaker, Jr. Honorable Honorable Senior Vice President & Deborah Majoras Senior Vice President & R. Hewitt Pate Kenneth W. Starr General Counsel Chairman General Counsel Assistant Attorney General Kirkland & Ellis LLP Deere & Company Federal Trade Lockheed Martin Antitrust Division Dean, Pepperdine Law School Moline, IL Commission Corporation United States Los Angeles, CA Washington, DC Bethesda, MD Department of Justice Washington, DC CALL 202 - 662 - 9890 TO REGISTER NOW or ONLINE: www.georgetowncle.org NEW THIS YEAR Workshop for Small Law Departments Georgetown University Law Center CLE and the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Wednesday, March 9, 2005 Washington, DC 6.0 CLE credit hours (based on a 60 minute hour) This new one-day program has been designed by small law department counsel for their SPEAKERS: colleagues. At this special seminar, you will be able to learn “best practices” from colleagues and will be made aware of the latest trends in small law departments across the country. Kathy T. Barlow Together with experienced facilitators from small law departments, you will analyze how to: Vice President Marsh USA Inc. q Align your law department with your company’s goals Washington, DC q Perform strategic planning for the small law department Maureen R. Dry q Avoid a “fire-fighting” environment and move from reactive to proactive Associate General Counsel q Create and nurture a healthy working relationship with outside counsel Vertis, Inc. q Best control your costs in this belt-tightening era Baltimore, MD Thomas P. Kurz Deputy General Counsel Wednesday, March 9 10:45-11:45 am 2:45-3:45 pm Sysco Corporation Strategic Planning for Your Dealing with Outside Houston, TX 8:30-9:00 am Small Law Department Counsel Successfully Registration and Kathy T. Barlow Maureen R. Dry Albert C. Peters II Continental Breakfast Thomas R. Wilcox Judith S. Sapir Assistant Chief Counsel q Being Aware of the Legal Matters q Controlling Legal Fees Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission 9:00-9:15 am of Your Company q Exploring Alternate Billing Harrisburg, PA Welcome and Preview q Solving the Priorities; Taking a Arrangements Tracey P. Rice Lawrence J. Center, Proactive Approach At All Times q Creating and Maintaining a Healthy General Counsel and Corporate Georgetown CLE q Emphasizing Prevention Up Front Working Relationship Programs Coordinator Ronald W. Peppe, II, to Avoid “Fire-Fighting” and Being q Using Technology Effectively grs Holdings, LLC Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Reactive Hershey, PA q Planning for Most Eventualities 3:45-4:00 pm 9:15-10:15 am (e.g. Organizing Contracts Interactive Discussion and Judith S. Sapir Knowledge for Negotiations and Senior Vice President & General Aligning Your Law Drafting) Q&A Counsel Department with 4:00-5:00 pm APCO Worldwide 11:45 am-12:00 pm Company Goals Controlling Costs and Washington, DC Thomas P. Kurz Interactive Discussion and Q&A Adding Value: Todd H. Silberman Meredith B. Stone Vice President & General Counsel q Learning the Business, the Industry, Reporting to Management Express Carriers the Strategy, and the Priorities 12:00-1:15 pm Albert C. Peters II San Antonio, TX q Risk Counseling - Pointing Out Lunch (On Your Own) Richard S. Veys Legal and Business Risks; q Productivity: Understanding Where Meredith B. Stone Promoting Risk/Benefit Analysis 1:15-2:15 pm Your Work Comes From, Where Vice President, General Counsel, q Compliance Efforts Organizing the Small Law Your Time Goes, and Where You’re Americas Spending Money NACCO Materials Handling 10:15-10:30 am Department q Allocating Your Resources Wisely Group, Inc. Tracey P. Rice Interactive Discussion and Todd H. Silberman q Measuring Value: Metrics for Small Greenville, NC Q&A Law Departments; Benchmarking q Learning about the Company q Reporting to Management: Thomas R. Wilcox q Deciding on Structure Educating Clients Vice President, Legal & Human 10:30-10:45 am q Designing Preventive Processes q Aligning with Company Goals and Resources Refreshment Break q Creating Systems for Increasing Client Satisfaction Strategic Management Group, Inc. Recurring/Routine Legal Work Philadelphia, PA q Delegating Non-Legal Work When 5:00-5:15 pm Wearing “Other Hats” Richard S. Veys q Locating Resources and Managing Interactive Discussion and Counsel Knowledge Q&A First Alert/Powermate, Inc. Downers Grove, IL 2:15-2:30 pm 5:15 pm CALL 202-662-9890 Interactive Discussion and Adjournment TO REGISTER NOW Q&A or ONLINE: www.georgetowncle.org 2:30-2:45 pm Refreshment Break CORPORATE COUNSEL INSTITUTE 2005 RECEIVE 12.0 CLE CREDITS Stephen W. DeVine Bill Lann Lee KEYNOTE SESSION: Deputy Staff Director and General Counsel Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP CLE CREDITS: 12.0 CLE credits (for Select Committee on Homeland Security San Francisco, CA states based on a 60 minute hour) including Hon. Paul S. Sarbanes Washington, DC 2.0 hours of legal ethics/14.5 CLE credits United States Senate George J. Lykos (for states based on a 50 minute hour) Washington, DC Elizabeth C. Donnelly Senior Vice President, General Counsel Accreditation has been or will be requested Aetna Inc. and Secretary for this program from most states with Hon. Michael G. Oxley Hartford, CT United States House of Bayer Corporation mandatory Continuing Legal Education Hon. Barbara Hackman Pittsburgh, PA requirements: Corporate Counsel Representatives Institute, 12.0 CLE hours, with 2.0 Washington, DC Franklin George W. Madison hours legal ethics, and Workshop for Barbara Franklin Enterprises Executive Vice President and General Small Law Departments, 6.0 CLE hours, Washington, DC Counsel with 0 hours legal ethics. Georgetown CLE is an accredited CLE provider in CEO KEYNOTER: Dan R. Gallipeau, Ph.D. TIAA-CREF most MCLE states. Co-Founder and President New York, NY Michael G. Cherkasky Dispute Dynamics, Inc. Georgetown CLE is a State Bar of CEO & President Torrance, CA Hon. Deborah Majoras California approved MCLE provider. Marsh & McLennan Companies Chairman Some states may require nominal Chairman & President Sol Glasner Federal Trade Commission accreditation fees. You will be asked to Marsh, Inc. Vice President, General Counsel, and Washington, DC submit payment at the program’s New York, NY Corporate Secretary conclusion. The MITRE Corporation Frank H. Menaker, Jr. McLean, VA Senior Vice President & General SPEAKERS: Counsel Philip R. Reitinger Patrick J. Gnazzo Lockheed Martin Corporation Senior Security Strategist, Trustworthy Martha Fay Africa Senior Vice President, Business Bethesda, MD Computing Security Team Major, Hagen & Africa Practices and Chief Compliance Officer Microsoft Corporation San Francisco, CA Computer Associates International, Inc. Ira M. Millstein P.C. Washington, DC Islandia, NY Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP Peter G. Allor James F. Rill Director of Intelligence and Special Robert L. Haig New York, NY Howrey Simon Arnold & White, LLP Assistant to the CEO Kelley Drye & Warren LLP Washington, DC Internet Security Systems, Inc. New York, NY William M. Mitchell Atlanta, GA Vice President, Asst. General Counsel Thomas A. Roberts John K. Halvey and Sector Counsel Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP Stanley Bing (aka Gil Schwartz) Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP Northrop Grumman Newport News New York, NY Executive Vice President of New York, NY Newport News, VA Communications Ty R. Sagalow CBS Television Kai Tamara Hare Hon. R. Hewitt Pate President, AIG Product Development New York, NY Chief Executive Officer and Founder Assistant Attorney General American International Group nuServesm Antitrust Division New York, NY Thomas Hale Boggs, Jr. San Francisco, CA United States Department of Justice Scott Schrader Patton Boggs LLP Washington, DC Washington, DC Jessica Herrera President Counsel E-Sign Systems, a Wave System Company House Select Committee on Homeland William J. Perlstein Lee, MA Yvette Bowden Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Principal Security Maner Lawton Consulting, LLC Washington, DC Dorr LLP Hon. Kenneth W. Starr Washington, DC Kirkland & Ellis LLP Atlanta, GA Nancy Higgins Los Angeles, CA Chief Ethics Officer Ronald W. Peppe, II MCI, Inc. Vice President, Law and Communications Jacquelyn E. Stone Ashburn, VA Association of Corporate Counsel McGuireWoods LLP Washington, DC Richmond, VA T. Warren Jackson Daniel W. Caprio, Jr. Vice President and Assistant General Albert C. Peters, II Albert F. Tellechea Counsel Assistant Chief Counsel Akerman, Senterfitt & Eidson, P.A. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Orlando, FL Technology Policy The DIRECTV Group, Inc. Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission Chief Privacy Officer El Segundo, CA Harrisburg, PA Elizabeth Wall U.S. Department of Commerce James R. Jenkins Elizabeth Wall International LLC Washington, DC Carol A. Petren New York, NY Senior Vice President & General Counsel Senior Vice President and Deputy Hon. William S. Cohen Deere & Company James D. Wareham Moline, IL General Counsel Chairman and Chief Executive Officer MCI, Inc. Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP The Cohen Group Daniel E. Karson Ashburn, VA Washington, DC Washington, DC Executive Managing Director and Counsel Kroll Inc. Ann Marie Plubell Barry Weiss Edmund D. Cooke, Jr. New York, NY Senior Advisor Vice President, Client Transactions Venable LLP The Plubell Firm Beijing-Washington Exult, Inc. Washington, DC John C. Keeney, Jr. Washington, DC Arvada, CO Hogan & Hartson, L.L.P. Raul A. Deju, Ph.D. Washington, DC Roger W. Raber Richard T. White President Senior Vice President, Secretary & President and Chief Executive Officer Deju Management Advisors, Inc. Abe Kleinfeld National Association of Corporate General Counsel Moraga, CA President and Chief Executive Officer The Auto Club Group nCircle Network Security, Inc. Directors Dearborn, MI Walter E. Dellinger, III San Francisco, CA Washington, DC Douglas Maggs Professor Jianyi Zhang Duke University School of Law Frederick J. Krebs General Joseph W. Ralston Senior Associate Counsel, International Durham, NC President Vice Chairman Legal O’Melveny & Myers LLP Association of Corporate Counsel The Cohen Group Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Washington, DC Washington, DC Washington, DC Bentonsville, AR INSTITUTE INSTITUTE AGENDA –– CORPORATE COUNSEL INSTITUTE 2005 LOCATION: 12:00-1:30 pm q Industry Specific Background Georgetown University Thursday, March 10 Luncheon: q Sarbanes-Oxley Concerns for Law Center Public Companies or Companies Hyatt Regency Washington Hart Auditorium 8:00-8:45 am that Anticipate Going Public LUNCHEON SPEAKER: (formerly the Moot Courtroom) Registration and SESSION C: 600 New Jersey Avenue, NW Continental Breakfast “The Art of War: Washington, DC 20001 Sponsored by Thomson West Surviving on the New Lobbying: Do’s and Don’t’s IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Corporate Battlefield” Thomas Hale Boggs, Jr. All visitors to the Law Center q Candid Overview of the 8:45-9:00 am Author must enter through the 2nd Street Relationship between Lobbying entrance to the building. Welcome Stanley Bing and Public Policy Louis J. Briskman, Chairman Stanley Bing q Important Do’s and Don’t’s for Dean T. Alexander Aleinikoff Lawyer-Lobbyists Who Seek Registration first made his Frederick J. Krebs, President, ACC Success on Policy Matters appearance in Information: Esquire Magazine q Current Topics in the Relationship between Lobbying and Fundraising HOTEL RESERVATIONS: 9:00-9:45 am in 1984, writing scurrilous things q The Difference between Lawyer- Georgetown University Law Center CLE about his employers and friends and has preferred rates at the Hyatt Regency Keynote Address: giving strategic advice to those even Lobbyists and Non-Lawyer-Lobbyists Washington on Capitol Hill. When The Sarbanes-Oxley Act: more befuddled than he. Rather than making reservations, please refer to SESSION D: Corporate Number 58549 to receive the What Have We Learned? risk expulsion from his crabby corpo- Georgetown University Law Center rate. Moderator/Interviewer: rate environment, he created the Bing Cyber Security Policies, We recommend making reservations at Ira M. Millstein pseudonym in order to observe and crit- Practicalities and least 30 days prior to the conference. icize the executive class while at the This rate is based on hotel availability. Hon. Paul S. Sarbanes same time aspiring to its lifestyle. This Implementation Phone: (800) 233-1234 or (202) 737-1234 Hon. Michael G. Oxley strategy has for all intents and purposes Moderator: Kai Tamara Hare Online: http://washingtonregency.hyatt. paid off big-time. Since 1995, Bing Panelists: com/groupbooking/58549 q Original Expectations for the Act q Lessons Learned the Past Three has been sniping at the hand that feeds Peter G. Allor Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill him in the pages of Fortune Magazine (NEWLY RENOVATED GUEST ROOMS) Years Daniel W. Caprio, Jr. 400 New Jersey Avenue, NW q Expectations for the Future while functioning as an ultra-haute Stephen W. 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Barbara Hackman Franklin Georgetown CLE now has Elizabeth Wall received your money’s worth by the end q The GC as Provider of Information of the program, simply contact a member select online CLE courses. q Softer Characteristics Often of our registration team at the conference to the Board: Corporate For more information, Assessed when Looking for a GC: or call (202) 662-9890 and we will Governance, Compensation, Judgment, Leadership, Credibility, process a 100% refund of your visit our website at Political Savvy, Maturity and Sense Recruiting registration fee! q The GC’s Dual Accountability to www.georgetowncle.org of Humor the Board and the CEO INSTITUTE AGENDA CONTINUED –– CORPORATE COUNSEL INSTITUTE 2005 q How to Get the “Right” Information 10:15-11:15 am SESSION A: SESSION C: to the Board, Not Necessarily “All” Information Mitigating Risk in Today’s Diversity in the Trenches Negotiating and q Expectations Flowing in Both Business Environment Moderator: Maintaining Quality Directions Hon. William S. Cohen T. Warren Jackson Control with Outsourcing General Joseph W. Ralston Panelists: 4:00-5:00 pm q Performing Due Diligence before Yvette Bowden Agreements Doing Business with Suspect Edmund D. Cooke, Jr. John K. Halvey Strategies for Successful Barry Weiss Companies Bill Lann Lee Partnering between q Analyzing a Country’s Geopolitical q Evolution of the IT and Business Jacquelyn E. Stone Law Firms and Risk before Investing q Is There a Business Case for Process Outsourcing Marketplaces Corporate Clients q Assessing the Security of the Diversity Efforts at Law Firms? q Evolving Legal/Regulatory Issues Systems that Support Your Business: How do We Explain the Continuing q Key Quality Control Issues Moderator: Communications Lines, Energy Underrepresentation of Minority q Future State of the Market Robert L. Haig Sources, Computer Databases Lawyers? Panelists: q Reviewing Your Company’s q What are the Best Practices to Attract SESSION D: Frank H. Menaker, Jr. Personnel Background Check and Retain Minority and Female William J. Perlstein System, and the Personnel Security Whistleblowing/ Lawyers? Do Law Firms Understand Carol A. Petren Systems of the Companies Doing Career Development as it Relates to Bounty Hunting Thomas Roberts Your Outsourced Work Minority Lawyers and Women? William M. Mitchell q Budgeting and Controlling Costs q How do You Solve the Lack of Role James D. Wareham q Resolving Disputes and Managing 11:15 am-12:00 pm Model/Critical Mass Problems? q Key Statutes Which Often Come Legal Risks CEO Keynoter: q Is There a Backlash Problem with Into Play In Whistleblower Cases q Improving Compliance, Corporate Targeted Outreach and Mentoring? q Defense Strategies Governance and Ethics “The Lawyer as CEO: Why is the Treatment/Success of q Damages and Settlement Issues q Completing Transactions and Giving Lessons for In-House Whites Perceived by the q Managing Important Peripheral Issues Business Advice Counsel” Establishment as Regular but Michael G. Cherkasky Minority Success Perceived as 2:45-3:00 pm 5:00-6:30 pm Irregular and Extraordinary? q Is Corporate America Doing Enough Refreshment Break Networking 12:00-12:15 pm to Reward/Encourage Diversity in Cocktail Reception Refreshment Break the Profession? 3:00-4:00 pm Sponsored by Kroll q Do Lawyers of Color Approach the Supreme Court Review 12:15-1:15 pm Practice/Plaintiffs’ Bar Differently? and Preview 6:30-9:00 pm General Counsel q Do Minority Attorneys Fairly Complain Walter E. Dellinger, III Advisory Board, Speaker Roundtable of Unfair Treatment, “Microinequities,” Miscommunication and Cultural Hon. Kenneth W. Starr and Patron Dinner Moderator: Bias or Do They Just Not Understand q Review of Most Important Frederick J. Krebs the “Lombardi Principle?” Decisions from Last Term Panelists: Affecting Corporations Friday, March 11 Sol Glasner SESSION B: q What is Next for the Court’s James R. Jenkins Punitive Damages Jurisprudence? Business Beyond Borders: q The Impact of the Court’s Decision 7:30-8:00 am George W. Madison Senior Counsel Perspective on Regulation of Business Speech Continental Breakfast Richard T. White Moderator: q The Ramifications of the Court’s q The Changing Relationship with Sponsored by Thomson West the Board of Directors: How Has it Ann Marie Plubell Environmental Cases this Term Panelists: q The Likely Effect of the Court’s Changed and Where is it Going? George J. Lykos New Decisions Regarding 8:00-10:00 am q The Role of the Law Department in Albert F. Tellechea Employment Discrimination, Compliance and Risk Management Legal Ethics Roundtable q Controlling Your Legal Costs and Jianyi Zhang Including Whether Companies Will Moderator: q What Does Practical Experience Be Liable for Policies that Have a Managing Outside Counsel Nancy Higgins from the EU, Latin American, and Disparate Impact under The Age q Electronic Discovery, the Federal Asian Perspective Suggest about Discrimination in Employment Act Panelists: Sentencing Guidelines and the Working as Senior Counsel in a q Other Upcoming Cases that Elizabeth C. Donnelly Attorney Client Privilege: What’s Global Enterprise? In-House Counsel Should Monitor Patrick J. Gnazzo Next? q What is it Like to Serve as General Daniel Karson Counsel of a US Subsidiary of a 4:00-5:00 pm 1:15-1:45 pm John C. Keeney, Jr. Foreign Parent Company? Can the Corporate Defendant q Sarbanes-Oxley Ethics Requirements Box Lunch q What are Some of the Challenges of q Reporting Up Get a Fair Trial in Our Managing Legal Matters Where q Multiple Clients 1:45-2:45 pm Conflicting National Laws Apply? Current Environment? q Conflicts of Interest Roundtables: q What are Some Unique Aspects of Dan R. Gallipeau, Ph.D. q D&O Liability q Dueling Codes of Conduct Participants Discuss Topics Compliance with Multiple Laws q View Videotaped Jury Deliberations Governing Labor, Real Estate, Taxes, of a Mock Trial of an Employment of Their Choice with Foreign Exchange, Intellectual Case 10:00-10:15 am Colleagues and Faculty Property, Financial Transparency and q Compare Ongoing Jury Research Refreshment Break Facilitators Capital Formation? Results to the Jury Deliberations q What Part Can US Counsel Play in q Constructing Themes and Strategies Resolving Cultural Differences to Overcome Anti-Corporate Bias CALL 202-662-9890 TO REGISTER NOW or About the Role and Duties of by Juries ONLINE: www.georgetowncle.org In-House Lawyers? CORPORATE COUNSEL INSTITUTE 2005 Advisory Board Chair: John F. Brigden Timothy M. Donovan Adonis E. Hoffman Senior Vice President, General Counsel Attorney At Law Senior Vice President & Counsel Louis J. Briskman & Secretary, VERITAS Software Corp. Huntington, NY American Association of Advertising Senior Vice President and General Mountain View, CA Agencies Counsel James R. Doty Washington, DC Aetna Inc. Sharie A. Brown Baker Botts L.L.P. Hartford, CT Foley & Lardner LLP Washington, DC Christian J. Hoffmann, III Washington, DC Quarles & Brady Streich Lang LLP Arthur M. Dresner Phoenix, AZ Advisory Board Alan M. Brunswick Reed Smith Vice-Chairs: Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP New York, NY Raymond A. Jacobsen, Jr. Los Angeles, CA McDermott, Will & Emery Allen J. Gross Lynne M. Durbin Washington, DC Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP Thomas M. Buchanan General Counsel and Secretary Los Angeles, CA Winston & Strawn Adhesives Research, Inc. Peter J. Kadzik Washington, DC Glen Rock, PA Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Stephen B. Paige Oshinsky LLP Vice President & General Counsel G. Brian Busey Thomas J. Egan, Jr. Washington, DC Gentiva Health Services, Inc. Morrison & Foerster LLP Baker & McKenzie Melville, NY Washington, DC Washington, DC Sarah E. Kahn Arnold & Porter LLP Adam G. Ciongoli Linn Evans Washington, DC ADVISORY BOARD: Senior Vice President and General General Counsel Counsel Food Lion John C. Kane, Jr. Anthony Adams Time Warner, Europe Salisbury, NC Ropes & Gray General Counsel New York, NY Boston, MA Detroit Public Schools Andrew E. Falk Detroit, MI F. Ramsey Coates Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. Ann M. Kappler Vice President & General Counsel Washington, DC Executive Vice President and General John A. Aiello Westinghouse Electric Company LLC Counsel Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, P.C. Pittsburgh, PA Patrick J. Flinn Fannie Mae Middletown, NJ Alston & Bird LLP Washington, DC Roger A. Cooke Atlanta, GA Cathy C. Anderson Vice President -Regulatory & Legal Anastasia D. Kelly Senior Vice President, General Counsel Affairs and Secretary Marc Gary Executive Vice President, General & Secretary Precision Castparts Corp. General Counsel Counsel & Corporate Secretary TruServ Corporation Portland, OR BellSouth Corporation MCI, Inc. Chicago, IL Atlanta, GA Ashburn, VA Beth Byster Corvino Rhonda Apor Senior Vice President, General Counsel Robin H. Gilbert J. Crilley Kelly Senior Counsel and Corporate Secretary Collier Shannon Scott, PLLC Attorney at Law Hilton Hotels Corporation Laidlaw International, Inc. Washington, DC Pittsburgh, PA Beverly Hills, CA Naperville, IL Douglas G. Green Leonard J. Kennedy Daniel F. Attridge Juanita A. Crowley Steptoe & Johnson LLP Senior Vice President and General Kirkland & Ellis LLP Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Washington, DC Counsel Washington, DC Dorr LLP Nextel Communications Washington, DC Karl A. Groskaufmanis Reston, VA Kathleen T. Barlow Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Vice President Del S. Dameron Jacobson Richard D. Kerschner Marsh USA, Inc. Vice President & General Counsel Washington, DC Associate General Counsel and Washington, DC General Dynamics OTS Vice President of Corporate St. Petersburg, FL Kai Tamara Hare Governance Jonathan P. Bellis Chief Executive Officer and Founder Senior Director nuServesm New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc Mark C. Darrell New York, NY Hildebrandt International General Counsel San Francisco, CA Washington, DC The Laclede Group Gilbert S. Keteltas Saint Louis, MO John F. Hartigan Howrey Simon Arnold & White, LLP Caryl S. Bernstein Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP The Bernstein Law Firm, PLLC Washington, DC David W. DeBruin Los Angeles, CA Washington, DC Jenner & Block, LLP Frederick J. Krebs Washington, DC Andrew D. Hendry President Mark B. Bierbower Senior Vice President, General Counsel Hunton & Williams LLP Association of Corporate Counsel David L. Dick & Secretary Washington, DC Washington, DC Former Associate General Counsel Colgate-Palmolive Company Deloitte Consulting New York, NY Thomas P. Kurz David W. Black Larchmont, NY Deputy General Counsel Executive Vice President & General John D. Hershberger SYSCO Corporation Counsel Mary Jo Dively Volpe, Bajalia, Wickes, Rogerson & BearingPoint, Inc. Galloway Houston, TX Vice President and General Counsel McLean, VA Carnegie Mellon University Jacksonville, FL Robert S. Lavet Michael E. Bleier Pittsburgh, PA Senior Vice President & N. Lynn Hiestand General Counsel General Counsel William Kenneth Dix Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Mellon Financial Corporation Flom (UK) LLP Sallie Mae, Inc General Counsel Reston, VA Pittsburgh, PA Next Proteins International London, England Keith M. Bonner Carlsbad, CA Bonner Kiernan Trebach & Crociata Washington, DC CORPORATE COUNSEL INSTITUTE 2005 Joseph A. Lenczycki, Jr. William M. Mitchell Eric J. Sobczak PATRONS 2005: Vice President, General Counsel & Vice President, Asst. General Counsel Vice-President, Associate General Secretary and Sector Counsel Counsel Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Bell & Clements Inc. Northrop Grumman Newport News Viacom, Inc. Feld LLP Reston, VA Newport News, VA Pittsburgh, PA Andrews Kurth LLP Arnold & Porter LLP Karen Litsinger David J. Muchow Judson W. Starr Baker & McKenzie Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP General Counsel, ECO Venable LLP BellSouth Corporation Washington, DC Arlington, VA Washington, DC Bonner Kiernan Trebach & Crociata Les Lo Baugh Matthew M. Nolan Howard E. Steinberg Colgate-Palmolive Company Christensen, Miller, Fink, Jacobs, Miller & Chevalier, Chartered Executive Vice President and General Collier Shannon Scott, PLLC Glaser, Weil & Shapiro, LLP Washington, DC Counsel Dechert LLP Los Angeles, CA Prudential Equity Group, Inc. Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Thomas F. O’Neil III New York, NY Oshinsky LLP Glyndwr P. Lobo DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary US LLP Dechert LLP Washington, DC Russell B. Stevenson, Jr. DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary US New York, NY Senior Vice President & General LLP J. Steven Patterson Counsel Fannie Mae Charles R. Lotter Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP CIENA Corporation Executive Vice President, Secretary & Foley & Lardner LLP Washington, DC Linthicum, MD Food Lion General Counsel J.C. Penney Company, Inc. Ronald W. Peppe, II James P. Sweeney Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Plano, TX Vice President, Law and The Exeter Group Jacobson Communications Princeton, NJ Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. Curtis Lu Association of Corporate Counsel General Dynamics Senior Vice President and Deputy Washington, DC Jaime Taronji, Jr. General Counsel Howrey Simon Arnold & White, LLP Gentiva Health Services, Inc. America Online, Inc. Washington, DC Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP Saul M. Pilchen Dulles, VA Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Greenberg Traurig, LLP Linda Kay Tatum Hogan & Hartson L.L.P. E. Robert Lupone Flom LLP Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP Washington, DC Howrey Simon Arnold & White, LLP Senior Vice President, General Counsel Washington, DC & Secretary Hunton & Williams LLP Ann Marie Plubell Albert F. Tellechea J.C. Penney Company, Inc. Siemens Corporation Senior Advisor New York, NY Akerman, Senterfitt & Eidson, P.A. Jenner & Block, LLP The Plubell Firm Beijing-Washington Orlando, FL Jones Day George J. Lykos Washington, DC William B. Trent, Jr. Kirkland & Ellis LLP Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary Christopher Ranck Senior Vice President & General Kirkpatrick & Lockhart LLP Vice President, General Counsel & Counsel Lockheed Martin Bayer Corporation Secretary Pittsburgh, PA Varied Investments, Inc. McDermott, Will & Emery Siemens Westinghouse Power Muscatine, IA MCI, Inc. Paul R. Madden Corporation McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP Gallagher & Kennedy, P.A. Orlando, FL John K. Villa Williams & Connolly LLP Miller & Chevalier, Chartered Prescott, AZ Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp, LLP Veta T. Richardson Washington, DC Gerald B. Marcovsky Executive Director Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP Senior Legal Advisor Minority Corporate Counsel Donna M.P. 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