The NFALA In-House Counsel/Partner Networks proudly present: “Off the Clock,” a brand-new webinar series aimed to provide advice to in-house counsel that is relevant to their corporate legal work.
Adapting To The Pandemic - Getting Back To Business As Usual
Your company has been severely impacted by COVID-19. This could be a defining moment for your company as it attempts to return to business as usual. New regulations and practical realities will affect your company going forward.
Join our panel of experts as they explore the effect of multiple interconnected business issues caused mainly by COVID-19 with respect to cash flow, labor and employment, and corporate immigration—issues that are pertinent to a wide array of industries.
Victor Corpuz is a Principal in the national labor and employment law firm, Jackson Lewis P.C., where he represents employers and management in workplace law litigation. He joined Jackson Lewis in 2000 after practicing personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice defense with a small, general civil firm, for the first 11 years. He became a Principal at Jackson Lewis in 2005 and has served in various leadership roles with the firm, including the Principal candidate admission committee. He is 2012 Past President of the Dallas Asian American Bar Association (DAABA) and Past Chair of the Dallas Bar Foundation. He is a Founding Member of the Texas Filipino American Bar (TFAB) and NFALA. Victor earned a B.A. degree from the University of Iowa and a J.D. degree from Drake University Law School. He taught adult literacy for six years and played the piano for the Contemporary Choir at St. Rita Catholic Church in Dallas, Texas for 13 years.
Rio M. Guerrero is the founding member of the Guerrero Law Firm, based in New York City. He has successfully practiced immigration law for over 20 years. The Guerrero Law Firm represents multinational companies, universities, businesses of all sizes, and individuals throughout the United States and abroad. As an attorney, Rio is the recipient of awards and recognition including the NAPABA Best Under 40 Award. He has taught business immigration law as an adjunct professor and a guest lecturer at Columbia Law School and Rutgers Law School. He served as Co-Chair of the NAPABA Immigration Law Committee and is the First President of the Filipino American Lawyers Association of New York. While a dedicated advocate for his clients, Rio is also a proud 2nd generation Filipino-American, husband and father of two fun pre-teen kids.
Vincent J. Roldan is a Partner and Co-Chair of the Bankruptcy and Restructuring Group at Ballon Stoll Bader & Nadler PC. He has represented parties in interest in various aspects of bankruptcy proceedings and out of court work-outs all around the country. He also represents clients in non-bankruptcy litigation in state and federal court on various tort, contract, intellectual property, and collection matters. He is a frequent speaker and published writer with respect to restructuring, commercial bankruptcy, and distressed investing. In 2017, Mr. Roldan received a Turnaround Atlas Award for Consumer Products Restructuring of the Year (Rienzi & Sons, Inc.) from Global M&A Network. Mr. Roldan served as a law clerk to the Honorable Lewis M. Killian, Jr., United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Northern District of Florida. Mr. Roldan received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan and his Juris Doctor from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Mr. Roldan is a past President of the Filipino American Lawyers Association of New York; a founding Board member of the National Filipino American Lawyers Association; a member of the Asian American Bar Association of New York for whom he serves as a founding co-chair of the Bankruptcy/Restructuring committee, and the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association for whom he co-chairs the Bankruptcy committee.