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Senior Legal Officer
United Nations Compensation Commission
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Compasslys Group, LLC
Murphy Weir & Butler
JCC Maccabi Sports Camp
Founding Member of the Women's Soccer Team
San Francisco School Alliance
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
Women Presidents' Organization Inc
Every Child Can Learn Foundation
IP Litigation and Business Reorganization Practice Groups
Intellectual Property Litigation
American Bar Association
Member of the Litigation Section
Bachelor of Arts
Santa Clara University School of Law
Master of Arts
Santa Clara University
Nancy Geenen is the CEO and Managing Partner at Suann Ingle Associates, a trial consulting firm, where she advises trial teams and clients on themes, strategy, mock exercises, and strategies - and how to integrate compelling visual communication. She has been a trial attorney and worked as a Senior Legal Officer at the United Nations Compensation Commission. In the realm of sports, Nancy was a high school All-American in basketball and tennis. At 18, she was ranked No. 2 in singles and No. 1 in doubles in the state of Wisconsin. Upon attending Stanford University, Nancy switched to team sports. She was a founding member of the Stanford women's soccer team and played both basketball and field hockey as a three-sport athlete. Before Law School, Nancy taught English in Hayward, California and coached the girls and boys tennis teams. After Law School, Nancy coached the Bay Area Meteorites, a women's wheelchair basketball team. She also played softball in the first Gay Olympic Games held in San Francisco. Currently, Nancy is an assistant softball coach at Mountain View High School. She holds a Juris Doctor from Santa Clara University School of Law, a Master of Arts in Education from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University. Nancy lives with her family in Mountain View, CA.
Nancy J. Geenen
Nancy J. Geenen Partner Nancy J. Geenen is the office managing partner of Foley & Lardner's San Francisco and Silicon Valley offices and is a member of the Intellectual Property Litigation, White Collar Defense & Corporate Compliance and Bankruptcy & Business Reorganization Practices. She is also a member of the Life Sciences Industry Team. Ms. Geenen has extensive trial and arbitration experience in all aspects of commercial and business litigation. Her practice focuses on intellectual property rights, unfair competition, trade secrets, creditor's rights and business valuations. Ms. Geenen has tried a wide range of cases in the financial services, electronic, real estate and life science industries. In 1998 and 1999, Ms. Geenen worked for the United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC) in Geneva, Switzerland as team leader and senior legal officer. The Commission resolved claims for losses connected to the 1990 Gulf War. While working at the UNCC, she coordinated the prosecution and resolution of $10 billion in claims for contract and business losses filed by business entities from 45 countries. Ms. Geenen is a 1988 graduate of the Santa Clara University School of Law and earned M.A. and B.A. degrees from Stanford University. Admitted to the California Bar in 1988, she practices before all of the United States District Courts in California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. She has spoken on litigation risk analysis and management, electronic discovery, jury trials, mentoring, diversity, and law firm management to numerous audiences. Ms. Geenen serves on board of directors for the San Francisco School Alliance and for the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. In each of the last five years she has been named a "Super Lawyer" in business litigation by the publishers of Law & Politics Magazine and one of Most Influential Business Women in the Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Times. Ms. Geenen is a past co-chair of Foley's Gay and Lesbian Affinity Group.
Nancy J Geenen, MA, JD
Managing Partner email@example.com 510.703.3497 Co-founder Nancy Geenen is an engaging teacher who speaks and writes frequently on persuasive presentation, jury selection and trial, litigation management, attorney training, and other topics in the legal field. Her insights and advice come out of more than two decades as a BigLaw trial attorney and prosecutor for the United Nations, preparing and presenting high-stakes cases involving commercial and intellectual property law. A best-selling author, she shares her experience with humor and sensitivity to her audience, ensuring that her messages are both memorable and applicable. At Suann Ingle Associates, Nancy advises trial teams and clients on themes, witness testimony, mock exercises, and strategies - and how to integrate compelling visual communication. She typically works closely with lead trial counsel and end clients in the 100 days before trial, helping them understand risks and opportunities as each strategy decision takes on greater weight. Based on her first-hand knowledge of legal venues ranging from California to Washington, D.C. to the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, Nancy helps her clients understand possible outcomes before they happen, and how to prepare for the event. This combination of experience and insight applies to arbitration and settlement situations as well as bench and jury trials. Nancy has tried or arbitrated over 150 business disputes, including financial services and intellectual property cases. She has also led and managed complex, high-stakes business disputes under close public scrutiny. Nancy is admitted to the District of Columbia Bar, the State Bar of California, each of the U.S. District Courts in California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. She holds a Juris Doctor from Santa Clara University School of Law, a Master of Arts in Education from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University.
Nancy J. Geenen is the office managing partner of Foley & Lardner LLP's San Francisco and Silicon Valley offices and is a member of the IP Litigation and Business Reorganization Practice Groups.
In 1998 and 1999, Nancy worked for the United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC) in Geneva, Switzerland as team leader and senior legal officer for construction and engineering claims and is a 1988 graduate of the Santa Clara University School of Law. She earned M.A. and B.A. degrees from Stanford University. Nancy serves on the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors as a member of the executive committee. She has been named a "Super Lawyer" by the publishers of Law & Politics and San Francisco Magazine and one of the 100 Most Influential Business Women in the Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Times.
Nancy J. Geenen, author and communication expert, recently signed a publishing deal with CelebrityPress, a leading business book publishing company, along with other leading experts to release the book, "Women Who Mean Business."
Orlando, Fla. - January 24, 2012 - Nancy Geenen, M.A. Ed. and J.D., is the Managing Director of Suann Ingle Communications, a trial consulting firm and a member of the CompassLys Group. Nancy and a select group of leading businesswomen from around the world have joined together to co-write the forthcoming book titled, Women Who Mean Business. Nancy formulates strategy and trains her clients in presentation and communication skills. As a practicing lawyer, Nancy tried and arbitrated over 150 business disputes, including commercial, financial, and intellectual property cases. She counsels clients on risk assessment and litigation management and consults with trial teams in bench and jury trials, settlement, mediation, and arbitration. Women Who Mean Business, will featuretop women in the business world revealingstrategies that can help women grow their business, profits and lifestyle. The book is tentatively scheduled for release in the spring of 2012. To learn more about Nancy J. Geenen, please visit www.suanningle.com About Nancy J. Geenen: After ten years at a boutique law firm in San Francisco, Nancy moved to Geneva, Switzerland to work for the United Nations Compensation Commission as team leader and senior legal officer. While working at the UN, she investigated and prosecuted over $10 billion in contract claims and other business injuries filed by 420 business entities from 45 countries, incurred as a result of the 1990 Gulf War. In 2000, Nancy joined Foley & Lardner LLP, a top tier full service law firm that excels in client service. Nancy has been a Northern California SuperLawyer in business and intellectual property litigation since 2004. In 2010, Nancy was elected to the inaugural class of the Forever Influential Business Women Hall of Fame by The San Francisco Business Times. During her three terms as Managing Partner for the Northern California offices of Foley, Nancy joined the list of Most Influential Business Women in the Bay Area for six consecutive years. She also served three terms on the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce with two consecutive terms as an at-large member of the Executive Committee. A current member of the Women's President Organization, she served one year on its board of directors. Nancy is board member of the Galt Foundation and the San Francisco School Alliance. With over 25 years of legal and management experience in the United States and Europe, Nancy speaks and writes frequently on leadership, risk analysis, and jury trial presentation. Her recent articles and presentations include: Eureka! Moments on the Path to Successful Visual Presentations in the Courtroom, The Jury Expert, The American Association of Trial Consultants, September 2011; Networking: Breaking the Glass Ceiling, SF Bar Association, November 2010; Foundations for Developing and Implementing Strategic Plans, UC Hastings College of Law, Leadership Academy for Women, July 2010; Women Leading Law Firms, Law Practice and Management, Bar Association of San Francisco, January 2010; Managing Partner Q&A, Law Practice Magazine, December 2008; Taking Risks, Making Decisions, & Other Challenges of Women Law Firm Leaders, UC Hastings College of Law, Leadership Academy for Women, July 2008; Effective Mentoring of Women Attorneys, Retaining & Developing Women Lawyers, ACI, December 2007; Club v. Business, Managing the Evolving Law Firm, American Legal Administrators, National Conference, 2005; Beating the Odds: Success Strategies for Creating Gender Equity in the Legal Profession, State Bar Association of California, 2004; Developing Law Firm Leaders, Edge International, 2003; Courtroom Psychology and Trial Advocacy, Richard Waites (2003), contributing writer on Opening Statements.