NEW YORK—Womble Carlyle attorney Sid Shenoy took part in a panel discussion on “Combating Diversity Fatigue” at the Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) Creating Pathways to Diversity Conference.
In addition, Womble Carlyle Lawyers Ashley Kutz Kelley and Kevin Lyn represented the firm at the MCCA Creating Pathways to Diversity Conference.
Shenoy was joined in the discussion by Duke Energy Corp. Vice President, Litigation Vijay Bondada; Bloomberg General Counsel David Levine; Barnes & Thornburg LLP attorney and Director of Diversity, Professional Development & Inclusion Dawn Rosemond; and Pearson Vice President and Associate General Counsel Andy Yoo.
The MCCA Creating Pathways to Diversity Conference took place Oct. 2-4 in New York. Womble Carlyle is a Strategic Sponsor of MCCA.
Sid Shenoy advises both public and privately held companies on a variety of corporate and securities matters. He routinely assists public companies regarding their periodic reporting, compliance and disclosure obligations and corporate governance matters.
Ashley Kutz Kelley is an experienced litigator with a broad-ranging practice in federal and state courts, including business, commercial, financial, employment, product liability, and judgment enforcement matters. Kelley practices in Womble Carlyle’s Charleston, S.C. office. She is the current Chair-Elect of the South Carolina Bar’s Employment and Labor Law Section.
Kevin Lyn is an experienced Intellectual Property attorney who helps clients prepare, prosecute and commercialize patents. He has counseled clients on matters related to mechanical, electrical, electromechanical, business method, software and Internet-related technologies. Lyn is the Co-Chair of Womble Carlyle’s Diversity Committee.