Business Law Practice: Issues and Ethics in Supply Chain Management

November 8, 2018 | 12:10 pm | Drinko 245

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Mike Lenaghan will talk about issues in supply chain management, and in particular, the considerations that come into play for a lawyer advising a client on ethical issues in supply chain management. Lenaghan is EVP and In House Counsel, flexis North America, Inc., a leading provider of supply chain technology solutions.

In his role at flexis and previous roles at other major corporations, Lenaghan has been part of operating and advising some of the largest supply chains in the world. He is a leader in Supply Chain Management (SCM) thought and process, specializing in technical, process and innovative solutions. This includes process, planning, technological application, change management, and application. Lenaghan has responsibilities for all contractual, commercial and legal aspects for the flexis companies worldwide. He advises attorneys and business leaders on intellectual property, purchasing, acquisition, software, transportation, international, and contract law. Lenaghan is a lecturer at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business and has authored papers and articles on SCM in trade publications and newspapers.

Before joining flexis North America, Inc., Lenaghan worked for Frito-Lay, International Paper and GE Capital.  At GE Capital he was SVP and VP of Strategy for Island Pacific. He has served as a consultant in the automotive industry with Daimler, Honda, Navistar, General Motors, Peterbilt, Kenworth, Mazda, CNH, and others. His experience includes working with technology solutions including SAP, Oracle, i2 and Manugistics.  Lenaghan has also worked in the transportation, TMS, WMS, replenishment, demand management and finance fields associated with SCM.

Lenaghan earned a J.D. from the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, an MBA in Finance and Marketing from Wagner in New York City and an undergraduate degree from Iona College in New Rochelle, NY.  He is admitted to practice before the Surface Transportation Regulatory agencies and is a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.

This event is open to Moritz College of Law Students only.