Due to instantaneous reporting on social media, reputational risk has become a key risk factor for all companies. Therefore, an important element of the board’s risk management oversight role is to consider reputational risk and how well the company is prepared for crises. In this practical webinar, you will learn how to advise boards on corporate governance issues, including perspectives and necessary tools.

Upon course completion, you will be able to describe:

  • How boards can identify, oversee management of, and monitor changes in various types of risk
  • How reputational risk fits into the overall range of risks (the management of which directors should oversee as part of their board duties)
  • How legal counsel, both inside and outside, can support the boards that they advise
  • How boards should prepare for crises, and how legal counsel can support them
Faculty Member
Davia Temin
Temin and Company

Davia Temin is the President and CEO of Temin and Company, a boutique management consultancy, specializing in crisis, reputation, and culture management, and corporate governance for global companies and governments. Ms. Temin is a nationally recognized writer, commentator, and expert in her fields, appearing on CBS, CNN, NBC, Bloomberg, PBS, ABC, and in The Wall Street Journal. She writes the “Reputation Matters” column for Forbes.com, is a contributor to Huffington Post and American Banker, and has written “Rebuilding Trust in the Financial Markets” for the book Trust, Inc. Prior, she headed Corporate Marketing for GE Capital, Schroders, Scudder, Citi Investment Bank, and Columbia Business School. She has served as the Board Chairs of Girl Scouts of the USA and Video Volunteers, and sits on the Boards/Advisory Boards of ProPublica, The Knight-Bagehot Fellowship, Committee for Economic Development, WomenCorporateDirectors, Harvard Women’s Leadership Board, Girl Scouts of Greater New York, and Predmore Holdings. Ms. Temin has been named as Enterprising Woman of the Year by Enterprising Women magazine, received the Woman of Power & Influence Award, the Lifetime Achievement Award by Trust Across America-Trust Around the World, and The Girl Scouts Pinnacle Award for Leadership. She has also been named as one of the “30 Outstanding Women” in the world by the National Council for Research on Women. She graduated from Swarthmore College.

Faculty Member
Holly Gregory
Sidley Austin

Holly Gregory is the co-chair of Sidley Austin’s Global Corporate Governance and Executive Compensation Practice, where she counsels corporations on governance issues, including governance structure and culture, fiduciary duties, risk oversight, conflicts of interest, board and committee structure, special committee investigations, CEO transitions, board audits, shareholder activism and initiatives, proxy contests, compliance, and governance “best practices.” She previously advised on the accountability mechanisms of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers to replace U.S. government oversight, and for the Board of The Pennsylvania State University on governance reforms. Ms. Gregory played a key role in drafting the OECD Principles of Corporate Governance and has advised the Internal Market Directorate of the European Commission and the joint OECD/World Bank Global Corporate Governance Forum on governance policy and reform. She writes the governance column for Practical Law: The Journal. She has served as Chair of the American Bar Association’s Corporate Governance Committee and co-editor of the ABA’s Corporate Director’s Guidebook (Sixth Edition). Ms. Gregory is a Founding Trustee and member of the Executive Committee of The American College of Governance Counsel. She has served as an Adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School. The National Law Journal named Ms. Gregory to its 2018 list of “White Collar, Regulatory & Compliance Trailblazers.” She has also been named among the “100 Most Influential Players in Corporate Governance”.

Faculty Member
Allan Grafman
All Media Ventures

Allan Grafman is the CEO of All Media Ventures and the Managing Director of Oberon Securities. Mr. Grafman is an SEC qualified ‘financial expert’ and media authority. He is a frequently published author and commentator, with his most recent article as the cover story in “Directors and Boards” regarding Facebook. His previous executive roles include: Partner of Mercury Capital, Chairman of the Board of Majesco, President of Archie Comics, President & CEO of Modelwire, EVP & CFO of Hallmark Entertainment, VP & Managing Director of Tribune Company, and VP & GM at ABC Cable. Mr. Grafman received his BA from Indiana University and his Masters in International Affairs and MBA from Columbia University.

CLE Credits (Law)

CreditValueTypeFormat
NALA--Credit not available
NFPA--Credit not available
AL1.3 General
On-Demand/Recording
AK1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
ARNot Available General
On-Demand/Recording
AZ1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
CA1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
CO1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
CT1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
DE1.3 General
On-Demand/Recording
FL1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
GA1.3 General
On-Demand/Recording
HI1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
IA1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
ID1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
IL1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
IN1.3 General
On-Demand/Recording
KSNot Available General
On-Demand/Recording
KY1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
LA1.3 General
On-Demand/Recording
ME1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
MN1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
MO1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
MSNot Available General
On-Demand/Recording
MT1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
NC1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
ND1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
NE1.3 General
On-Demand/Recording
NH1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
NJ1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
NM1.2 General
On-Demand/Recording
NV1 General
On-Demand/Recording
NY1.5 Areas of Professional Practice (NY)
On-Demand/Recording
OH1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
OK1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
OR1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
PA1 General
On-Demand/Recording
RI1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
SCNot Available General
On-Demand/Recording
TN1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
TX1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
UT1 General
On-Demand/Recording
VANot Available General
On-Demand/Recording
VT1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording
WA1.25 Law and Legal Procedure
On-Demand/Recording
WI1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
WV1.5 General
On-Demand/Recording
WY1.25 General
On-Demand/Recording

In some CLE states, the course will be submitted to the bar after you register. If for any reason the course is not approved, we will fully refund your registration fee. If a state is listed on this course, then we are confident the course fits that state's standards and already is or will be approved for credit.

Compliance Credits

CreditValueTypeFormat
CCB1.5On-Demand/Recording

For Compliance courses, we have listed the credit we believe this course is eligible for. After completing the course, you will receive instructions for submitting the course to the Compliance Certification Board (CCB). This education activity has not been submitted to the Compliance Certification Board (CCB)®for review or approval of its educational content. Please [email protected] directly regarding the applications and documentation necessary to submit applicable compliance related education to CCB for their review.

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