June was a month filled with activity, including major U.S. Supreme Court decisions on key HNBA advocacy priorities related to LGBTQ protection and immigration as well as dynamic and engaging HNBA/VIA virtual programs.
On June 15, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that, under the 1964 Civil Rights Act, gay, lesbian, and transgender employees are protected from workplace discrimination based on gender or sexual orientation. HNBA’s official statement celebrated the opinion, noting that we must continue to fight against these types of discrimination and barriers. HNBA applauded the Supreme Court decision to continue DACA’s protections from deportation, also noting that continued advocacy for permanent citizenship for qualified immigrants is the ultimate goal.
Later that same week, on June 18, the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the federal government’s attempt to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which protects hundreds of thousands of DREAMers from deportation. The HNBA community was closely watching the DACA case and anticipating a decision that would affect many individuals currently working, living and learning in the United States. Just a week prior to the Supreme Court’s decision, the HNBA/VIA Webinar: Deconstructing DACA, held on June 9, featured an informative panel discussion of corporate social responsibility in the education and technology sectors. Speakers shared how DACA has made a difference in the way they do business, touching on legal implications of the program and outlining future possibilities. [Read More...]
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SUPPORT THE HNBA VIA (“Vision in Action”) FUND
As the HNBA's 501 (c)(3) charitable arm, VIA’s mission is to empower the U.S. Hispanic community (students, legal professionals and the public) through targeted programs and initiatives that increase the community’s access and influence, provide expanded education, career advancement, and leadership opportunities. Click here to donate!
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AmazonSmile is an easy way to shop for both your daily needs and special gifts, and contribute to the HNBA VIA Fund at the same time! It is easy to sign up, and 0.5% of your Amazon purchases will be donated to VIA, helping us continue our critical programs and services. To designate VIA as your preferred charity, sign into Amazon through our official AmazonSmile link, or go to smile.amazon.com and search for Hnba Via-Vision in Action-Fund.
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TU LUCHA ES MI LUCHA HNBA Familia Responds to Racial Injustice
Tu lucha es mi lucha - your struggle is my struggle. The HNBA's statement on the death of George Floyd denounced racial injustice against the black community and promoted a culture of equality. “Justice in this nation should be accessible to all, and should move at the same speed regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religious background, or immigration status," said HNBA National President Irene Oria.
This E-Noticias section will focus on current issues surrounding systemic racism in the United States, and how legal professionals, companies and organizations can not only speak up but also take action and influence change.On June 25, 2020, over 160 law firms announced their participation in the new Law Firm Antiracism Alliance (LFAA), which intends to tackle racism in the legal industry and in government. The aim of the LFAA, as noted in the group's charter, is “to leverage the resources of the private bar in partnership with legal services organizations to amplify the voices of communities and individuals oppressed by racism, to better use the law as a vehicle for change that benefits communities of color and to promote racial equity in the law.”
The Alliance's point of contact is Brenna K. DeVaney, Director of Pro Bono Programs at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and Immediate Past President of the Association of Pro Bono Counsel. Per DeVaney, member firms are being asked to undertake pro bono projects and dedicate resources to initiatives that address systemic racism and diversity and inclusion (D&I). There is no financial commitment required, nor is there a specific commitment to particular pro bono hours/matters or D&I metrics or policies to participate. The initial summit for law firm chairs, D&I professionals and pro bono counsel is scheduled for July 29-30, 2020.
As of June 29, there are currently 155 firms signed on as part of the LFAA. Firms that would like to join the Alliance can click here to send an email with the following information:
Name of Law Firm
Chair/Managing Partner Name/Email
Pro Bono Contact Name/Email
Media Contact Name/Email
Other Notes (e.g. D&I Contact)
Below, please find articles containing updates and additional resources:
We want to hear from you! Please e-mail stories, events and other information highlighting both individual and organizational anti-racism and diversity & inclusion initiatives to firstname.lastname@example.org.
HNBA/VIA COVID-19 RESOURCE CENTER - LATEST NEWS AND UPDATES
Have you visited the HNBA/VIA Coronavirus Resource Center lately? Don't miss out on the latest news and community resources, including public health information, to keep you up-to-date and connected during these difficult times.
Please view the latest updated resources for this week:
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In October 2015, MassMutual became an HNBA/VIA Strategic Partner to provide support for the HNBA/VIA Su NegocioTM Program, which empowers Hispanic solo practitioners and small business owners at all stages of business formation, funding and expansion with targeted information and resources. Click here to learn more about this highly successful and popular program, which has evolved into a robust and informative webinar series – the recent event on June 16 offered insight on navigating uncertainty and sustaining a business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, MassMutual has prioritized supporting our employees, customers, and communities," said Brian Trzcinski, MassMutual's Director of Business Market Development. "With the majority of our people working remotely to help ensure their safety and well-being, we have provided wellness assistance such as counseling sessions, meditation resources, and virtual fitness activities, as well as paid leave for COVID-19-related needs so they can take care of themselves and their loved ones."
"To help our customers navigate through uncertain times, we’ve collected useful resources for them on our website. We also believe it’s essential that we all do our part to contain the virus, mitigate its impact, and help others who are affected by it," Trzcinski added. "To help do this, we launched MassMutual HealthBridge to provide up to $3 billion in free life insurance coverage to eligible health care workers in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Arizona, New York, Illinois, New Jersey, and California." [Read More...]
HNBA/VIA CCC-AC 2020 - SAVE THE DATES; AWARD OPPORTUNITIES
SAVE THE DATES! 2020 Corporate Counsel Conference &
Annual ConventionSeptember 15-18, 2020 • September 22-24, 2020
As previously announced in early June 2020, the HNBA and VIA Boards unanimously voted to hold the combined CCC-AC2020 virtually, offering cutting-edge legal content through Continuing Legal Education (CLE) sessions, plenaries, and specialty programs, along with an exhibitor & sponsor showcase and unique networking opportunities designed to foster connection and collaboration.
2 Conferences. 2 Weeks. 2 Themes – #TogetherWeRise and #StayConnected – CCC-AC2020 will have something for everyone, allowing a virtual experience accessible from your home, office, or on the go! Check out the preliminary agenda below:
HNBA/VIA CCC-AC2020 PRELIMINARY AGENDA
September 15-18, 2020* Specialty Programming
Latina Leadership Academy
Latina Executive Leadership Program
Public Sector Lawyers Initiative (PSLI)
HNBA/VIA Su DineroTM; Sponsored by Prudential
HNBA/VIA Speed Networking & Corporate Connections Program
Solo/Small Firm Boot Camp
HNBA/VIA Su NegocioTM; Sponsored by MassMutual
CCC-AC2020 Sponsor & Exhibitor Showcase
HNBA/VIA Young Lawyers Division & Law Students Division Speed Mentoring
Diverse Meet-and-Greets (featuring Amazon, Apple and Genentech)
HNBA/VIA Welcome Remarks, Keynote Speakers & Top 40 Lawyers Awards
HNBA/VIA Gala en La Sala, Keynote Speakers & National Awards
*Agenda is tentative and subject to change.
2020 HNBA/VIA NATIONAL AWARDS
Every year, the HNBA/VIA recognize a talented group of lawyers and institutions that are making a difference in the legal profession and in our communities.
Lifetime Achievement Award
Latino Judge of the Year
Latina Judge of the Year
Latino Attorney of the Year
Latina Attorney of the Year
Regional President of the Year
HNBA Affiliate Organization of the Year
Law Student Organization of the Year
Corporate Partner of the Year
Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year
Please click here to access the nomination form and view the criteria for each award category.
Please submit your nomination form via e-mail to: email@example.com. Award Nomination Deadline: July 31, 2020
2020-2021 HNBA/VIA LATINA LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS Application Deadline: Friday, July 24, 2020
The HNBA Latina Commission is accepting applications for two professional development and leadership training programs, to be held in conjunction with the CCC-AC2020. These programs address areas identified as key to shattering glass ceilings and securing the advancement and long-term success of Latina lawyers. Click here to view the website for more details and application criteria, or click the links below to apply for either opportunity.
HNBA/VIA offers ways for our partners and sponsors to recruit the best and brightest diverse candidates, along with providing career advancement opportunities to Hispanic legal professionals and law students seeking assistance with their own professional advancement.
SIGN UP TODAY! 2020 HNBA/VIA VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR Law firms, in-house legal departments, and agencies/organizations seeking to hire qualified Hispanic attorneys and law students from across the country should not miss this opportunity to identify top diverse candidates at the 2020 HNBA/VIA Virtual Career Fair (VCF)—the Nation’s largest career fair for Hispanic attorneys and law students! The VCF helps match your organization with qualified diverse attorneys from a variety of practice areas, and at all levels of experience, as well as top law students. Fulfilling our mission, the VCF expands access and opportunity for employers and Hispanic legal professionals and students, all in one place—a cost-effective win/win for everyone.
Attorneys/Students: log in to your HNBA account to access the link to register.
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Employers: click below to sign up!
Cost: $2500 Registration Deadline: Tuesday, July 14, 2020
EXPLORE JOB OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH THE HNBA CAREER CENTER!
Looking for a new job, curious about opportunities, or seeking to hire qualified diverse candidates? Visit the HNBA Career Center! This robust and flexible job board allows job seekers to create email job alerts and refine their search to identify the exact roles they are seeking. For employers, the updated platform offers the same great one-time and package job posting options, but has additional features such as branded company profile pages tied to active job listings. Employers can also purchase upgrades such as featured jobs and banner advertising to further enhance recruiting efforts.
The HNBA Career Center connects a pool of qualified diverse candidates with employers at leading law firms, Fortune 1000 companies, government agencies and nonprofit organizations. Visit careercenter.hnba.com to learn more, submit your posting or apply for a new career!
TUESDAY, JULY 7 @ 7 PM ET - HNBA/LATINOJUSTICE VIRTUAL VOTING RIGHTS EVENT
HNBA/LatinoJustice Virtual Voting Rights Event Tuesday, July 7, 2020; 7 - 8:15 PM ET
Rigged: The Voter Suppression Playbook is an award-winning documentary which brings to light how the game of voter suppression is played – and captures in real time some tactics from an illegal voter purge in North Carolina, and an effort to intimidate Latino voters in Texas.
HNBA and LatinoJustice are honored to host a showing of selected segments from this documentary – with the segments addressing some of the key electoral challenges confronting Latino voters in 2020. After each segment, expert panelists will comment on how to counter various types of voter suppression tactics and what HNBA members and grassroots community leaders can do to protect, preserve and expand Latino voting rights.
RECAP: HNBA/VIA WEBINAR: DECONSTRUCTING DACA - JUNE 9, 2020
On Tuesday, June 9, over 230 attendees participated the HNBA/VIA Webinar: Deconstructing DACA. This virtual event examined corporate social responsibility (the obligations of companies and organizations to actively advocate on social issues) and offered commentary and discussion on recent court cases regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The session concluded with a panelist Q&A touching on how the DACA program impacts business, education and technology. This timely event preceded the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision to continue the DACA program.
Gregory L. Matalon, Partner, Capell Barnett Matalon & Schoenfeld LLP
Adriana Cara, Partner, FisherBroyles
Freddy Saavedra, Founding Attorney, Saavedra Law Firm, PLC
Anna Maria Tejada, HNBA VP of Programs; Partner, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP
Lynn Trevino-Legler, HNBA Deputy VP of Programs, HNBA Region XI Deputy Regional President - At Large and HNBA Labor and Employment Law Section Co-Chair; Senior Employment Attorney, Waddell & Reed, Inc.
Irene Oria, HNBA National President and HNBA VIA Fund Chair; Partner, FisherBroyles
Elia Diaz-Yaeger, HNBA President-Elect and HNBA VIA Fund Vice-Chair; Shareholder, Lugenbuhl, Wheaton, Peck, Rankin & Hubbard
Su Negocio is one of HNBA/VIA's signature programs focused on providing Hispanic solo practitioners and small law firm owners valuable legal and business assistance resources. Please watch your email, visit the Su Negocio website and follow HNBA on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for information on upcoming programs. We look forward to your participation!
RECAP: HNBA/VIA SU DINERO™; SPONSORED BY PRUDENTIAL -
JUNE 30, 2020 Hosted by the HNBA Young Lawyers Division
On June 30, over 50 participants tuned in for the most recent installment of HNBA/VIA Su DineroTM; sponsored by Prudential, hosted by the HNBA Young Lawyers Division. Titled "Managing Day-to-Day Finances During the Coronavirus Crisis" and led by Silvia Tergas, Financial Planner with Prudential, this educational seminar shared tips on balancing financial goals in times of increased uncertainty, strategies to help cut expenses and make saving easier, and key investment considerations.
The session featured remarks from Cristal Reyes Lambert, HNBA Young Lawyers Division Chair and Irene Oria, HNBA National President and HNBA VIA Fund Chair.
John Rosero, Prudential's VP & Chief Compliance Officer for Workplace Solutions Gorup and Marketing, spoke to the group about maintaining resiliency in challenging times. Sharing a quote from Robert F. Kennedy, Rosero stated that “courage is the most important attribute of a lawyer. It is more important than competence or vision. It can never be an elective in any law school and it should pervade the heart, the Halls of Justice and the chambers of the mind.”
HNBA/VIA National Office staff would like to thank the speakers, partners, and individuals who helped coordinate this event:
Silvia Tergas, Financial Planner, Prudential
John Rosero, VP & Chief Compliance Officer for Workplace Solutions Group and Marketing, Prudential
Cristal Reyes Lambert, HNBA Young Lawyers Division Chair; Legal Counsel, Bed Bath & Beyond
Ela Hernandez, HNBA Region VIII Deputy Regional President; Associate, Mintzer Sarowitz Zeris Ledva & Meyers LLP
Anna Maria Tejada, HNBA VP of Programs; Partner, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP
Irene Oria, HNBA National President and HNBA VIA Fund Chair; Partner, FisherBroyles
Elia Diaz-Yaeger, HNBA President-Elect and HNBA VIA Fund Vice-Chair; Shareholder, Lugenbuhl, Wheaton, Peck, Rankin & Hubbard
Su Dinero is one of HNBA/VIA's signature programs designed to help Hispanic professionals achieve overall financial wellness for themselves, their families, and even future generations. Please watch your email, visit the Su Dinero website and follow HNBA on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for information on upcoming programs. We look forward to your participation!
IS A PURCHASE IN BANKRUPTCY REALLY FREE AND CLEAR OF LIABILITY DURING COVID-19?
Synopsis:In acquiring a company in bankruptcy, there is often a tendency to think this guarantees the purchaser will be “free and clear” of any liability (including so-called “successor liability”). This is not necessarily so with wage and hour liability, particularly if the purchaser merely continues to operate virtually the same business that was acquired.
Ordinarily, a bankruptcy debtor’s sale of property ‘free and clear’ of interests under Bankruptcy Code section 363(f) excises from the sold assets any claims made on a theory of successor liability. The purchaser is shielded from successor liability claims in accord with public policy underlying the Bankruptcy Code, including the inequality of allowing one creditor to pursue a purchaser of assets for successor liability while other creditors’ recourse is limited to the proceeds of the asset sale. However, although rarely applied, some bankruptcy courts have found exceptions to this ‘free and clear’ transfer where: (1) the successor expressly or impliedly assumes the liabilities; (2) there is an actual or de facto consolidation or merger of the two companies; (3) the purchaser is a mere continuation of the seller; or (4) the transaction was entered into fraudulently to escape liability. This not-often-discussed and rarely-applied exception is similar to that which has developed in connection with asset purchase sales (which was first recognized under the FLSA and has recently continued to develop in state statutes), as we previously wrote about here. [Read More...]
Thank you to the following contributors for this article:
John G. Yslas, HNBA Chief Communications Officer; Partner, Labor & Employment, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
This article was originally published in the Seyfarth Shaw LLP Wage & Hour Litigation Blog (June 1, 2020). Reprinted with author permission.
REGIONS, AFFILIATES, DIVISIONS, SECTIONS AND COMMITTEES ROUND-UP
REGION III & HISPANIC BAR ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY Last month, HNBA Region III, in collaboration with the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey and the New Jersey Hispanic Bar Foundation, spearheaded the Todos Unidos fundraiser. The fundraiser raised over $21,000, which helped support over 150 undocumented families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. The charitable contributions were used to purchase ShopRite gift cards to families across New Jersey who have lost their jobs, are not eligible to collect unemployment benefits and/or are not eligible to receive a stimulus check. Special thanks to all of our donors and to our local ShopRite for donating $800 in gift cards. Through its vibrant social media presence, Region III was also contacted by various local businesses who donated trays of food to families most in need. Todos Unidos, we are stronger as a community!
On June 18, 2020, HNBA National Finance Director Carlos Bollar and HNBA Region III President Julia Lopez gave congratulatory remarks and provided advice to New Jersey 2020 law school graduates during a virtual celebration hosted by the HBA-NJ’s Young Lawyers Committee.
Please join the Hispanic National Bar Association - Young Lawyers Division and HNBA Region X for a Virtual Telenetworking Workshop on Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. EST.
The workshop will feature career coach and owner of The Other 85 , Stephanie Hanna, Esq. on how to initiate, develop, and maintain relationships with clients and colleagues during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please click here to register.
This program is complimentary and a great resource for attorneys at any stage of their career. Law students are also encouraged to attend as building relationships and proper virtual networking are invaluable tools during today's hiring climate!
The Las Vegas Latino Bar Association is hosting their second annual ¡Andale! 5K - A Race to Equalize Law School Admissions. Due to COVID-19, this year, the race will take place virtually from September 19, 2020 to October 4, 2020. Participants can register at www.andale5k.com and find more information on Facebook.
We’ve started a “Monday Morning Coffee Talk” (9:30-10 a.m. PST) – a 20 minute session where Hispanic legal community members can come and decompress on current issues, listen to short presentations on substantive legal topics, share wellness and professional advice, discuss professional opportunities, and hear an overview of the latest HNBA news and events.
We’ve been organizing our connections with Hispanic students in high schools, colleges/universities, and law schools.
We’ve rolled out a Region XVI “first job” initiative mentoring program. Attorney mentors are free to sign up by Wednesday, July 1, 2020, and we will then begin identifying potential mentee law students who will receive the following mentorship guidance: resume review; mock interviews (remote); job hunting advice; advice on how to succeed in law school, on the bar exam, and in the legal profession; writing sample review; advice for physical/mental wellness; and advice on how to start a practice.
Facebook: HNBA Region XVI REGION XVIII
Come (re)connect with HNBA Region XVIII in our 2020 Summer Kick-Off event on Thursday, July 16, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. PDT. The Region XVIII Board looks forward to seeing and/or meeting you, as well as sharing what is in store for the rest of this summer, locally and nationally. Build connections in So Cal’s Hispanic legal community via Lotería, libations, and fun!
Now that most of us have worked from home or continue with some work from home components, developing a social media strategy is a relevant factor in our professional development. Jasmine Partida, branding and social media strategist, will be the guest speaker for the July Litigation and Dispute Resolution meeting. Based in Sacramento, California, Partida is a Brand Strategist, Activist, and Technology Expert, passionate about the empowerment of women and civic leadership. SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON PUERTO RICO On June 2, 2020, HNBA’s Executive Committee and the HNBA Special Committee for Puerto Rico hosted a discussion with Natalie Jaresko, Executive Director of the Board. The Board was established by the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act of 2016 (PROMESA). As the senior leader of the Board’s staff, Ms. Jaresko is responsible for managing the Board’s restructuring and fiscal planning responsibilities under PROMESA.
Ms. Jaresko and the Committees took part in a far-ranging discussion touching on a number of challenging topics important to the residents of Puerto Rico and the broader diaspora community. In addition to discussing implementation of fiscal reforms on the island, Ms. Jaresko discussed the fiscal and public health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the recent earthquakes and the lingering impacts of Hurricane Maria. Ms. Jaresko also discussed her efforts coordinating with local and federal authorities around the challenges facing the island. Our discussion took place on the heels of the U.S. Supreme Court upholding the constitutionality of the Board and Ms. Jaresko took tough questions on the legitimacy of the Board and its impact on democratic institutions on the island. Ms. Jaresko also took questions on the expensive nature of the Board’s work, costs which are borne by the island’s residents, including significant and costly litigation against multiple parties, including the Puerto Rican government itself.
MEMBER NEWS AND OPPORTUNITIES
MEMBER NEWS Daihana Estrada, HNBA law student member and incoming Secretary of the HNBA Law Students Division recently posted to Twitter, detailing her journey from watching her parents' deportation as a young girl to appearing before a judge in her first immigration case as a law student. Her tweet went viral, with nearly 2K comments, 90K retweets, and 640K likes of support and inspiration. Univision Communications Inc. shared Daihana's story through their show Despierta América. Click here to watch the interview!
HNBA Member Esteban A. Rivera has become the 102nd president of the Hennepin County Bar Association (HCBA) as of July 1, 2020. He is the first HCBA president to have also served as president of the Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association (MHBA). Rivera is also a coach of the Mitchell Hamline School of Law Moot Court Competition team awarded 1st Place Petitioner at the 2020 HNBA/VIA 25th Annual Uvaldo Herrera Moot Court Competition.
OPPORTUNITIES Bloomberg Law is looking for authors to contribute content or expertise to their products in a variety of formats, including Professional Perspectives, News Insights, Practical Guidance, Portfolios, and Background Materials.
Contributors’ content will be featured on Bloomberg Law and the Bloomberg Terminal, and shared with their news, analysis, content, and event teams, as well as provided to HNBA authors to share on their websites. Authors will receive expert attribution and a link to their bio page, a PDF or web link to share publicly, and consideration for future content opportunities.
Contact Acquisitions@bloombergindustry.com and put HNBA in the subject line to send in a proposal or query, or to ask for more details about the formats. Please click here to view the guidelines and style sheet for submissions.
Bloomberg Law is seeking authors on the following topics, but will accept other proposals as well:
Labor Manuals: Advisers to review existing chapters in the Labor Arbitration and Grievance Guide and the Collective Bargaining Negotiations and Contracts Manual
Supply Chain Articles & Practical Guidance: General supply chain compliance topics as well as issues in traditional manufacturing
Bankruptcy Practical Guidance: Topics include Chapter 12, Lease and Executory Contracts, and Motions Practice
Distressed Assets Articles & Practical Guidance: Topics include aspects of selling off part of a business (equipment, subsidiaries, divisions, etc.) as well as possible options before a sale becomes necessary (mortgages, liens, etc.)
Attorney well-being articles
General bankruptcy content related to economic downturn
Employment litigation trends articles
Litigation topics articles
New York Corporation Portfolio: Author to take over existing portfolio
CORRECTION - JUNE 4, 2020 ISSUE
In the June 4, 2020 E-Noticias issue, the article "HNBA Supreme Court Watch" initially listed Katherine Culliton-González as the HNBA Voting Rights Section Chair. Culliton-González is the HNBA Civil Rights Section Chair. The article has been corrected on the website and PDF versions.
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