A Legal Checkup: 10 Things Every Businesswoman Should Know about the Law
Did you ever wonder what you haven't done for your business that you should do? As an employee of a corporation, are you exempt from legal action?
Meet Catherine Hilton, VP of Legal Affairs for UPS Capital and learn the ten most important legal actions a businesswoman should understand, and how to be proactive in planning.
Catherine M. Hilton was born in Columbus, Ohio, and attended North Carolina State University through the WestPoint Pepperell Prestige Scholarship. Her B.S. in Textile Management led to work as a Production Planner with Burlington Industries and to a management position with a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary.
After almost ten years in the workforce, Ms. Hilton enrolled in Emory University School of Law and received a J.D. degree. After law school, she was an associate at Smith, Gambrell, Russell, LLP in Atlanta, Georgia, specializing in general corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, real estate leasing and commercial lending. Ms. Hilton joined UPS Capital Corporation as a lending attorney, and was named the Vice President of Legal Affairs for UPS Capital in 2002. Ms. Hilton lives in Duluth, Georgia. She is married and has two children. She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the Chief Justice’s Commission on Professionalism for the State of Georgia. She is aksi a member of the board of directors of Literacy Volunteers of Atlanta, CredAbility, Sheltering Arms, and the Foundation of Wesley Woods. She enjoys reading, walking and traveling.