The intersection between DEI (diversity, equality and inclusion) and pro bono is a natural one for law firms. Three Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys share advice, based on their experiences, to help other attorneys to successfully incorporate diversity, equality and inclusion goals in their pro bono work.
The utility planning and investment cycle begins with planning to comply with Federal reliability standards, proceeds through Integrated Resource Planning reviews at the Commission level, then results in Siting Act proceedings to certificate the construction of new facilities.
As with virtually every sector, the COVID-19 pandemic heavily impacted the chemical industry—from corporate transactions to supply chains to privacy concerns related to employees working remotely. A team of Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys addressed these issues in-depth at a Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates (SOCMA) webinar.
While every company and every GC position is different, general counsel will do well to consider general strategies relating to these six intellectual property concerns commonly encountered by start-ups.
Womble Bond Dickinson’s (US) Diversity Committee chair, Kevin Lyn, shares how respect for the individual is woven throughout our firm's approach to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging programming, initiatives, and resources.