Title:ESG as a Business Imperative in Our New Reality
 
Date:Tuesday, 19 January 2021
Time:11:30–12:00
Location:Auditorium, Online Conference Platform
WEB_DESC:We are in the midst of substantial legal and regulatory developments surrounding ESG and business and human rights, in the U.S. and elsewhere. These developments, which are growing rapidly and building off of each other, can have major legal, reputational, and operational impacts, and leading companies to think about their ESG and human rights approaches and implement new strategies. “ESG as a Business Imperative in Our New Reality” will address environment, social, and governance (ESG) and human rights challenges and opportunities facing companies and each of us, and will explore strategies and approaches to addressing the broadening ESG challenges. In a fireside chat format, with engagement from the audience, executives from three leading tech companies, Carol Tate from Intel, Caroline Griffin Pain from Colt, and Nicole Karlebach from Verizon Partner Solutions, will share their insights, experiences, and lessons learned.
 
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Role:Panelist
TitleEtc:General Counsel, Colt Technology Services Co., United Kingdom
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Role:Panelist
TitleEtc:Global Head, Business & Human Rights, Verizon Partner Solutions, USA
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Role:Panelist
TitleEtc:Associate General Counsel & Director of Ethics and Legal Compliance, Intel Corporation, USA
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Role:Moderator
TitleEtc:Partner, Paul Hastings LLP, USA