Supply chains have certainly gotten our attention in the last few years. You might be surprised to learn that there is a growing area of practice in supply chain law to address the many complex issues that arise out today’s lengthy and surprisingly-fragile supply chains.
I’m pleased to be the moderator for a panel discussion on supply chain law at Michigan State University College of Law (and on Zoom) on April 7, 2022 at noon Eastern. And it’s free!
It’s the first of what we expect will be many similar events in in this growing field. We are excited to collaborate with industry leading experts in electric vehicle manufacturing, retail, maritime, and consumer product manufacturing.
Panelists will be Lauren Beagan at Squall Strategies, LLC, Michael Kaiser at May Mobility, Brittain Ladd at Kuecker Pulse Integration, and Evelyn Sullen Smith at Dell Technologies. All are MSU alum.
The panel is brought to you by the MSU Law Alumni Association’s Student Outreach Committee, the MSU Career Services Office, Spartans in Business and Law Association, the Elliot Spoon Business & Securities Law Institute, and the MSU Center for Law, Technology & Innovation.
There is a LinkedIn Event at https://www.linkedin.com/events/supplychainandthelaw6914346700283207680/about/ so you can get more info, register, and invite anyone who you think would benefit from the panel.
I hope to see you there.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (https://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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