The momentum kept going for Day 2 of SuperConference. From informative keynote panels in the morning to lunchtime roundtables and myriad breakout sessions throughout the day, attendees had access to some great insight from their peers and colleagues. Check out InsideCounsel’s slideshow of the Day 2 highlights, starting on the next page.

Stasia panel


DLA Piper Partner Anastasia Kelly kicks off Day 2 of SuperConference moderating a general counsel panel on corporate governance. Her other two panelists were A.B. Cruz III, CLO and corporate secretary of Scripps Networks Interactive, and Mary Ann Hynes, SVP, GC, corporate secretary and chief compliance officer of Corn Products International.

Diversity panel

At a panel discussion on diversity, women shared tips for succeeding in law and engaged in discussion with the audience about issues related to being a woman in the corporate world.

audience participation


During one of the many breakout sessions, audience members participate in the discussion and interact with panelists.

lunch roundtables


SuperConference attendees had another opportunity on Day 2 to participate in lunchtime roundtable discussions. This group talks about managing risk within contracts.

Texts & Tweets


Paul Starkman, chair of Arnstein & Lehr’s labor and employment law practice group, Chad Hummel, chair of the litigation division at Manatt Phelps & Phillips, Mark Herrmann, vice president and chief counsel of litigation at AON, and Joshua Kubicki, senior director for legal and corporate practices at Applied Discovery, discussed the necessity of a solid corporate social media policy during the afternoon breakout session “Texts & Tweets—No Longer Casual Communication.”

Social Media Panel


Karen Klein, GC of, Alfred Coleman, director and senior corporate counsel at RSM McGladrey Inc., Venkat Balasubramani, principal at Focal PLLC, and Rich Meneghello, regional managing partner at Fisher & Phillips, share a laugh during the entertaining and informative afternoon breakout session “Social Media and the Employee,” which discussed how to enforce social media policies to prevent corporate harm.