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2nd Annual Institute on Not-for-Profit Law--Full Day

This full-day program will provide a comprehensive overview of nonprofit law, with a focus on key developments in the area. Topics to be discussed include compensation, political and legislative activities limitations, charitable solicitations, update on accounting issues, IRS update, the Attorney General’s regulatory authority, update on the Attorney General’s reform bill, including focus on interested party rules, government contracting for nonprofits and ethics issues. More


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3rd Annual Corporate Counsel Institute

The role of corporate counsel continues to evolve to adapt to an increasingly global economy and new technology so it is important that they be up-to-date on the latest thinking and best practices. In this Institute, participants will be updated on these important issues: Global Companies: tax inversions, understanding OFAC and US law limits of doing business, advising international companies on ethics in a global setting; Directors and Shareholders: proxy season trends, planning executive succession; confronting regulatory scrutiny of Boards and ISS hot issues and shareholder activism; Compliance : regulatory regimes, best practices in risk assessment and mitigation, dealing with whistleblowers, FCPA and audit committees; Managing Corporate Risks: cybersecurity and data privacy, discovery and social media, keeping confidential information secure and speaking publicly about the company and its business; Intellectual Property: dealing with patent trolls and patent litigation, dealing with Chinese copying of products protected by patent; and Complex Dispute Resolution: ADR, early resolutions in government and regulatory investigations, duplicative litigation and pre-trial agreements This program is a “must-attend” for in-house corporate counsel as well as outside counsel who work with them to understand the latest developments affecting the practice of corporate counsel. More


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3rd Annual Securities Litigation & Enforcement Institute (Full Day)

In the past year, there have been numerous, significant developments in securities litigation and enforcement. While lawsuits arising from the credit crisis are on the wane, a new wave of securities class actions has replaced them. At the same time, as a result of the internationalization of the enforcement landscape, financial institutions are regularly involved in multiple, cross-border investigations and enforcement actions conducted by federal, state and foreign regulators. More


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3rd Annual White Collar Crime Institute

White collar criminal prosecutions continue to dominate the headlines. In this evolving enforcement landscape, where the trend is toward requiring admissions of wrongdoing as a condition of settlement, there seems to be less of an opportunity for traditional advocacy on behalf of corporate clients. More


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A Practical Guide to LLCs

In this seminar, an experienced panel will provide a practical introduction to LLCs. The panel will compare the LLC structure to those corporations (including S corporations), partnerships and limited partnerships, citing the advantages and disadvantages of each such entity and how such advantages and disadvantages can shape one’s choice-of-entity decision. More


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Current Ethical Issues for In-House Counsel & Those Who Advise Them

This ethics program is designed especially for in-house counsel and outside counsel advising their in-house clients. Using a stimulating series of hypotheticals based on real-life experience, a panel of experts will review a variety of important professional responsibility issues that affect corporate counsel on a daily basis. More


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Current Issues in Insurance Regulation 2015

The 25th annual program on Current Issues in Insurance Regulation features regional and national leaders exploring topical issues of importance to the insurance industry, with opportunities for questions and interaction with the faculty. As in prior programs, we will address up-to-the-minute, cutting edge regulatory issues affecting industry and consumers alike. More


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Current Topics for End-Users of Swaps

This program examines the most recent issues a practitioner needs to be aware of with respect to end-users and derivatives. These include how the ISDA Resolution Stay Protocol and its possible expansion affects end-users and what impact the Protocol has on the bankruptcy process. More


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Cutting Edge Issues in Digital Risk Management

Digitization of information creates risk including over-preservation, under-preservation, eForgery, spoliation, and data breach, to name a few. This presentation will address lawyers’ roles in helping to manage those risks in the context of internal investigations and litigation & regulatory inquiries. More


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Doing Business in India

The buzz for India as an investment destination has died down. The less complimentary realities of doing business in India are sinking in: dense or piecemeal legislations, ad hoc policies, bureaucratic red-tape and discretion, and judicial logjam. At the same time, India remains one of world’s largest untapped markets. More


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Employment Transitions in the Financial Services Industry: Practical & Legal Issues

This program will explore the practical and legal issues that arise when employees transition between financial services firms. When an employee now ends his or her employment at a bank, hedge fund, private equity or other financial services firm, both the employer and employee are faced with a complex set of risks and competing interests to protect, many of which involve the use and protection of intangible confidential information. More


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Enforcing Money Claims Pre- & Post-Judgment: Turning Your Judgment Into An Actual Financial Recovery

This course examines in detail the process of turning that judgment into an actual financial recovery for your client, and evaluates everything from the logistical issues in turning that judgment into an enforceable document in state and federal court, how to locate and identify the defendants’ assets both nationally and internationally, and how to take possession of and sell those assets to satisfy your judgment. More


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ERISA Regulatory Update 2013

In this program you will hear perspectives from a panel of distinguished attorneys on recent regulatory developments affecting sponsors, administrators, and investment managers of employee benefit plans subject to ERISA. More


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Hedge Funds in the Current Environment

It is a time of significant regulatory and enforcement focus for hedge funds and their managers. New regulations affecting managers, placement agents, private funds and commodity pools are having a significant effect on trading by and offerings of hedge funds. More


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How to Read & Understand a Financial Statement

As lawyers, understanding how to read financial statements of clients you are working with will help you evaluate their financial health, allow you identify current and potential problems and possibly understand the motives driving certain business decisions. More


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Insider Trading 2014: New Developments in Investigating, Prosecuting & Defending Cases

Insider trading continues to be a high enforcement priority for both the SEC and DOJ. Both agencies have devoted unprecedented resources to investigating insider trading violations, continue to employ aggressive investigative techniques, and ventured into new substantive territories and prosecution theories. More


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Insider Trading and Other SEC Enforcement Claims

In the wake of the financial crisis, the SEC, under the Dodd-Frank Act, may now impose a civil penalty in an administrative proceeding against any person or company. Critics claim that the limited discovery, absence of right to a jury trial, and use of "in-house" administrative law judges raise constitutional and ethical questions concerning whether administrative proceedings are adequate forums for insider trading and other SEC enforcement claims. More


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Insurance Law: The Basics

Insurance law issues cut across many practice areas. This popular program on the nuts and bolts of New York insurance law is designed for attorneys who encounter insurance related issues in their practice. A working knowledge of insurance coverage issues that regularly arise is a valuable resource for lawyers including the civil litigator in the commencement, defense or settlement of a lawsuit; the business transaction lawyer advising on risk management concerns; and the in-house counsel confronted with company potential liability matters. More


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Intellectual Property Considerations in China: Doing Deals & Enforcing Your Rights

China continues to grow at a torrid pace and foreign investors need to understand the complexities of doing business in china. Intellectual property issues arise in virtually every deal. Learn what you need to know about Chinese patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret law, and what challenges might arise in a joint venture with a Chinese entity, and the types of agreements that may be necessary to achieve your client’s goals. More


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International Judgment Enforcement: Recovering Hidden Assets

Enforcing judgments and recovering assets across national borders can be challenging. At this program, an experienced group of practitioners will share their first-hand insights into the international judgment enforcement and asset recovery process, including: how to sequence enforcement in key Asian jurisdictions, to leverage intra-Asian treaties for judgment enforcement; when to deploy the various injunction and discovery options available to parties in the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, and other offshore financial centers; how to maximize the international reach of discovery devices available in the U.S. More


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Law Review CLE: Business Formations for Small & Emerging Companies

Small and emerging business owners must effectively manage the legal aspects of running a business. Startup operations consult with legal professionals to ensure successful completion of corporate formation, filings and other statutory regulations. Established businesses are often faced with legal matters that require knowledge of employment and independent contracting. More


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Litigating Corporate Governance: Recent Developments in Shareholder Derivative Litigation

An expert faculty will examine recent developments in shareholder derivative litigation, including the spike in say-on-pay cases; the courts’ treatment of FCPA-related cases; significant awards in merger related suits; increased scrutiny of special litigation committee decisions; and the availability and proper scope of discovery.Program Chair: DONALD CORBETT, Lowenstein Sandler PCCLE credit: 3.0 total: 2.5 professional practice & 0.5 skills. More


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Litigation Regarding Credit Default Swaps (CDS)

Credit default swaps (CDS), derivatives designed to manage the risk that fixed-income obligations may go unpaid, have become a multi-billion-dollar market within a decade of their genesis. Surging defaults on the underlying investments amid the recent financial crisis have led to increased litigation between the parties involved in these complex transactions. More


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Negotiation Skills & Strategies for Everyday Bargaining

Negotiation is one of the most important skills a lawyer can possess. It is a skill that should be practiced over and over. There are daily opportunities to negotiate whether in the context of a transaction, the settlement of a litigation matter, a fee agreement, or a raise. More


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Nonprofit Law in the 21st Century: The Changing Landscape in Federal & State Law

Never before, in the 40 plus years since New York’s nonprofit law statute was enacted, has the potential for meaningful legislative reform been so great. As the same time, on the federal level, the tax deduction for charitable contributions, long regarded as sacrosanct, has come under scrutiny by fiscal austerity proponents in Congress. More


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