A Supersized Decision: McDonald's, a court decision, and the changing landscape of HR and Legal’s responsibilities

In a recent Bloomberg law article, “McDonald’s Corp.'s former chief people officer, who was fired for sexual harassment, must face claims that he spent years ignoring red flags about its toxic workplace culture, a Delaware judge ruled recently.”

Why this matters

This novel Delaware Chancery Court ruling means that corporate officers (think C-Suite) can be held accountable by shareholders. This is new, uncharted territory for the HR and Legal landscape!Our next interactive workshop includes:

  • Attorney William Dugan will unpack this court decision and share the potential legal nuances it could lead to
  • Ethena’s VP of People Melanie Naranjo and CEO Roxanne Petraeus will dig into what this court case could mean for the liability of CEOs and HR leaders everywhere and their top takeaways
  • A live Q&A: submit your burning questions in advance to keep them anonymous, or ask them live to any of our three speakers

Save your seat now for Friday, March 3rd (1pm - 2pm ET / 10am - 11am PT). Save your seat!

If you can't make it live on March 3rd, register anyway to receive exclusive access to the recording and resources post-event.