- Deborah Garza / Covington & Burling LLP
- Rosie Lipscomb / Google
- Edith Ramirez / Hogan Lovells LLP
- Maria Salgado / Cornerstone Research
- Professor Daniel Sokol / University of Florida School of Law; White & Case LLP
- Jaime Taronji / Federal Trade Commission
Featuring remarks from:
- Patricia Galvin / Assistant Director of the Technology Enforcement Division of the Bureau of Competition
Presented by the Membership, Diversity & Inclusion Committee.
Please join us for Café con Leche, the first ever meeting of Latinos and Latinas (and allies) in antitrust, with introductory remarks on the state of digital competition by Patricia Galvan, FTC (head of the Digital Task Force). We will then shift to virtual tables for general discussion. Please join us for cafe con leche and networking with the Membership, Diversity & Inclusion committee over Remo!
Are you new to Remo? How Do I Access?
- Click the Registration button above to register for the program and receive the link to the meeting!
- Click the link above to be taken to the event home page!
- Click the green button on the page labeled “Join this Event”
- If you are new to Remo, click “Save me a spot!” and when prompted, choose to sign up or sign in.
- You can now add the event to your calendar.
- Navigate your avatar to a virtual table to join a conversation. Move your avatar from table to table, conversation to conversation. (Note: limit 6 avatars per table.)
- Once you are at a table, you will see the existing participants video images shown at a row on the top. Click the ‘Tiles’ button on the bottom left to spread out the video cameras.
- At any given table, you should be able to speak to the group and/or chat with any individual (by clicking “Chat” and finding that individual in the room). A particular table might have a designated host or recommended topic. Introduce yourself and chime in when possible, like what you would do on any real-life meet-and-greet occasions.