Lisa Rickard has served as president of the US Chamber Institute for Legal Reform since March 2003, from which she is involved in the Coalition to Curb Global Forum Shopping, which seeks to stop the import of foreign lawsuits to US courts and to stem the export of US-style litigation features to other countries. Since March 2010, she has also served as executive vice president of the US Chamber. Previously, she was a vice president for federal and state government affairs at the Dow Chemical Company. Ms Rickard was also previously a partner at Washington DC law firm Akin Gump
LUXURY LAW SUMMIT
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DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
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