Christine Jones, executive vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary for Go Daddy Operating Co.; Andrew Tavi, vice president, legal and government affairs and general counsel of Nissan; and Alan Tse, executive vice president and general counsel of Churchill Downs Inc. shared insight about lobbying and the benefits it can bring a business during the keynote panel, “General Counsel Shaping Government Policy.”


SuperConference attendees learned more about e-discovery issues at the Judicial Roundtable. Patrick Oot (left), co-founder and general counsel of the Electronic Discovery Institute, moderated the panel, which included (from left to right) Judge James Francis of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, Judge Lorenzo Garcia of the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico, Judge Peter Flynn of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, Chancery Division, and Judge David Waxse of the United States District Court for the District of Kansas.


At the breakout session titled “Arbitration Agreements Post Concepcion Case: What You Need to Know,” Ronald DeMoss (left), executive vice president and general counsel of Rent-A-Center Inc., and Mayer Brown Parner Charles E. Harris II (right) discuss takeaways from the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion.


SuperConference attendees chat about important issues to the in-house bar at the networking lunch and roundtable discussions.


Gail Sharps Myers (center), senior vice president and deputy general counsel at US Foods Inc., shares advice about how to conquer common in-house management issues during the breakout session titled “Managing Up: How to Structure Your Team to Empower Your Own Productivity.”


Barnes & Thornburg Partner Rod Heard, a panelist for “Corporate Perspectives on ADR–2011 Survey Results and Current Trends,” discusses recent research concerning alternative dispute resolution.