MAMA Seattle invites you to attend our next monthly lunch seminar:
TIPS FROM IN-HOUSE COUNSEL:
HOW TO GET AND KEEP OUR BUSINESS
Tuesday, June 5th, 2018, from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Presentation will be from 12-1, with networking time before and after.
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, 1201 Third Ave., Floor 22, Seattle, WA 98101
RSVP: through Big Tent (preferred if you are a MAMAS member) or by email to email@example.com. Please identify if you will attend in person in Seattle or if you will participate by phone.
This panel will share tips and insights from the in-house perspective—what to do and not to do to get and keep their business.
Tori Lallemont. Tori is General Counsel at 98point6, a company providing expert, on-demand primary care, diagnosis, and treatment from board certified physicians via private and secure in-app messaging. Tori currently manages a team of six and focuses on the corporate practice of medicine, HIPAA, contracts, ERISA, and employment matters. Prior to joining 98point6, Tori’s practice focused on all aspects of healthcare privacy, security, FDA regulations, pediatric research and clinical trials, and pharmaceutical and device development. She has a law degree and Masters in public health from of the University of Washington. Tori has an 18-month-old son who is obsessed with Elmo and The Lorax.
Kristina Bennard. Kristina is Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation at Expedia, Inc., where she manages regulatory compliance, litigation regarding industry regulation, and legal advice to Expedia Government Affairs concerning short term rental and tax regulations for Expedia’s subsidiary, HomeAway. Prior to joining Expedia, Kristina spent time in-house at The Boeing Company, and in private practice at Yarmuth Wilsdon and Davis Wright Tremaine, where she focused her practice on complex commercial litigation. She’s a graduate of Harvard Law School. And, she’s a mom to a delightful and active nine-year-old daughter.
Pamela Helman. Pamela is Senior Corporate Counsel at MOD Pizza where she is the head of Litigation and Employment Law. She works in conjunction with the business groups daily to mitigate risks to the company. Prior to joining MOD Pizza, Pam was an employment lawyer with several law firms, most recently Littler Mendelson in Seattle, where she advised employers on a broad range of employment matters, including non-competition/solicitation agreements, wage and overtime, discrimination and harassment, privacy, leave policies, and handbooks.
Pam is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University and University of Pittsburgh School of Law, she also spent a semester abroad at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She was a participant in the 2017 Ladder Down Class. Pam and her husband, Michael, live in Redmond with their two adorable kids - an eight year old son and a seven year old daughter. Pam comes from Pittsburgh, PA and is learning to accept her kids’ new found love of the Seahawks, as long as they are not playing the beloved Steelers.
Brittany Johnson. Brittany is a global commercial attorney at Starbucks Coffee Company. She specializes in domestic and international licensing/franchising transactions and has helped Starbucks expand throughout Latin America, Asia, and Europe. Brittany is also the lead lawyer for Starbucks Latin America & Caribbean. In this role, she advises the business unit on everything from supply chain matters, to digital and technology agreements, to marketing campaigns.
Brittany is an advocate for increasing diversity in the legal profession and is the current co-chair of the Starbucks Law & Corporate Affairs Diversity & Inclusion Committee. As co-chair, Brittany is responsible for all department diversity and inclusion programming, including the Starbucks law firm diversity survey, the mentorship program, and the Gregoire Fellows program. Starbucks recently selected Brittany as the company’s 2018 Fellow for the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity.
Prior to joining Starbucks, Brittany practiced franchise and distribution law at the Denver, Colorado office of a large national firm. She’s a graduate of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and attended the University of Colorado as an undergraduate, where she studied International Affairs.
Brittany is also the proud mother of a two-year-old son, Logan, who loves to make messes and mischief. Brittany loves traveling and enjoying great food, wine, and scenery with her husband and college sweetheart, Brian. She’s currently training for her first half-marathon and welcomes any and all running advice and tips!
We encourage you to attend our lunch seminar in person to facilitate both networking and a lively discussion.
Please bring your lunch and join us for this presentation, and meet fellow MAMAS members! Cookies will be provided.
For those who cannot attend in person, we offer the option to participate by phone.
Call in #: 888-757-0729; Passcode: 1396142354#
When attending via telephone, please use your mute button to prevent background noise, but do not place the call on hold. Some firms have hold music, which is disruptive to the presentation. If you need to leave the call briefly, please hang up and call back in when you are able.
MAMA Seattle would also like to thank our
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Garvey Schubert Barer
K&L Gates LLP
Yarmuth Wilsdon PLLC
Keller Rohrback LLP
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Perkins Coie LLP
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt
Summit Law Group PLLC