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ACA's Cadillac Tax: Impact and Outlook

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From the program: ACA's Cadillac Tax: Impact and Outlook

Released on: Nov. 4, 2015

Taken from the briefing ACA's Cadillac Tax:  Impact and Outlook recorded November, 2015 in New York. A key provision of the Affordable Care Act is the so-called "Cadillac Tax," a 40% nondeductible excise tax on the value of employer-provided health insurance coverage exceeding specified dollar limits. Controversial when first enacted, the tax has only grown in controversy since enactment. Even though the tax will not be levied until 2018, ...

Accounting for Complex Debt vs. Equity Financial Instruments

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Recorded on: Aug. 18, 2015

Taken from the briefing Accounting for Complex Debt vs. Equity Financial Instruments recorded August, 2015 in New York. In the world of emerging and developing businesses financing instruments are constantly changing form and blurring the line between debt and equity accounting. The relevant accounting literature is extremely complex, and over the last several years debt versus equity accounting has been a major cause of financial restatements. ...

Accounting Materiality: In Fraud or in Fair Weather

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From the program: Accounting Materiality: In Fraud or in Fair Weather

Released on: Nov. 20, 2015

CPE credit (NASBA QAS Self-Study) is available by completing and passing the program’s CPE Review & Exam. When is an error in a financial statement considered material? Hear from distinct perspectives during this program – from the viewpoint of the accountant, the attorney, and former SEC regulator - on what “materiality” in financial statements means in both good and troubled times. Learn about the legal vs. accounting ...

A Deeper Dive into Inter Partes Review/Covered Business Method Results

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From the program: A Deeper Dive into Inter Partes Review/Covered Business Method Results

Released on: Jul. 14, 2015

Taken from the briefing A Deeper Dive into Inter Partes Review/Covered Business Method Results recorded June, 2015 in New York. While top level studies of the rate of unpatentability findings in PTAB review proceedings suggest a challenger friendly forum, more detailed analysis suggests that the differences between PTAB and district court review is more nuanced. In addition, the evolution of the rules and other trends may further alter ...

Ambush Marketing: International Regulation and Enforcement

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From the program: Ambush Marketing: International Regulation and Enforcement

Released on: Sep. 24, 2015

Taken from the briefing Ambush Marketing:  International Regulation and Enforcement recorded September, 2015 in New York. Events like the Olympics, FIFA World Cup, and Super Bowl also feature competition among brand marketers and rights holders - specifically, the high-stakes battles between non-sponsoring brands and official event sponsors. How can brands reference these events? What event symbols may marketers safely use without ...

Amgen v. Sandoz: Federal Circuit Interprets “Patent Dance” Provisions of BPCIA to Permit Biosimilar Applicant to Refuse to Disclose Application and Manufacturing Information

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From the program: Amgen v. Sandoz: Federal Circuit Interprets “Patent Dance” Provisions of BPCIA to Permit Biosimilar Applicant to Refuse to Disclose Application and Manufacturing Information

Released on: Oct. 6, 2015

Taken from the briefing  Amgen v. Sandoz:  Federal Circuit Interprets “Patent Dance” Provisions of BPCIA to Permit Biosimilar Applicant to Refuse to Disclose Application and Manufacturing Information recorded October, 2015 in New York. The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit interpreted for the first time provisions relating to patent infringement contained in the Biologic Products Competition and Innovation ...

Anatomy of a Successful Hospital-Based Medical-Legal Partnership

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From the program: Anatomy of a Successful Hospital-Based Medical-Legal Partnership

Released on: Dec. 10, 2015

Taken from the briefing Anatomy of a Successful Hospital-Based Medical-Legal Partnership recorded December, 2015 in New York. It is not uncommon for legal issues to affect the health of patients. As more providers turn to holistic care, more providers are looking for solutions to resolve the legal issues that affect the well-being of their patients. Thus, many providers are exploring a medical-legal partnership (“MLP”). A successful ...

Anti-Money Laundering: Fundamentals of U.S. Law and Compliance

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From the program: Anti-Money Laundering: Fundamentals of U.S. Law and Compliance

Released on: Oct. 23, 2015

Taken from the briefing Anti-Money Laundering:  Fundamentals of U.S. Law and Compliance recorded October, 2015 in New York. Money laundering involves financial transactions with the proceeds of criminal activity. Yet, contrary to popular perception, money laundering predicate offenses include not only drug trafficking, terrorist finance, and violent crimes like racketeering, murder, terrorism, and human trafficking, but also a wide range ...

Arizona Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission: Supreme Court Addresses the Future of Redistricting Reform in America

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From the program: Arizona Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission: Supreme Court Addresses the Future of Redistricting Reform in America

Released on: Jul. 24, 2015

Taken from the briefing Arizona Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission: Supreme Court Addresses the Future of Redistricting Reform in America recorded July, 2015 in New York. On June 29, the Supreme Court rejected a claim by the Arizona Legislature that the United States Constitution prohibits voters from using the initiative power to transfer authority over congressional redistricting from the Legislature to an independent ...

August 2015 Amendments to the DGCL: Critical Changes Concerning Forum Selection and Fee Shifting Bylaws in Delaware

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From the program: August 2015 Amendments to the DGCL: Critical Changes Concerning Forum Selection and Fee Shifting Bylaws in Delaware

Released on: Oct. 21, 2015

Taken from the briefing August 2015 Amendments to the DGCL:  Critical Changes Concerning Forum Selection and Fee Shifting Bylaws in Delaware recorded October, 2015 in New York. In the face of increasing stockholder litigation, companies have utilized various tools in an attempt to limit the extent of litigation generally, and multiforum litigation, in particular.  Companies have adopted provisions in their governing documents that ...

Basics of Export Controls 2015

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From the program: Basics of Export Controls 2015

Released on: Dec. 10, 2015

Taken from the briefing Basics of Export Controls 2015 recorded December, 2015 in New York. U.S. and multinational corporations are increasingly affected by the range of U.S. laws and regulations governing international trade. The Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), the State Department's Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC), and the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) each plays an ...

Basics of Federal Natural Gas Law

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From the program: Basics of Federal Natural Gas Law

Released on: Sep. 28, 2015

Taken from the briefing Basics of Federal Natural Gas Law recorded September, 2015 in New York. Natural gas is frequently in today’s headlines, either as the bane of environmentalists who oppose hydraulic fracturing (fracking) or the savior of environmentalists who see it as a fuel to replace coal for generating electricity. Less than ten years ago, however, the United States was supposedly running out of natural gas, and the issue of ...

Basics of the Federal Election Campaign Act 2015

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From the program: Basics of the Federal Election Campaign Act 2015

Released on: Aug. 19, 2015

Taken from the briefing Basics of the Federal Election Campaign Act 2015 recorded August, 2015 in New York. In just one hour, this briefing will provide you with a summary of federal candidate and PAC campaign law, as regulated by the Federal Election Campaign Act and administered by the Federal Election Commission’s Regulations and Disclosure Rules.  Lecture Topics [01:04:15] Contribution definitions, limits, and prohibitions ...

Breaking Bad Technology Habits: Email, Social Media and Document Management

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From the program: Breaking Bad Technology Habits: Email, Social Media and Document Management

Released on: Apr. 30, 2015

Taken from the briefing Breaking Bad Technology Habits: Email, Social Media and Document Management recorded April, 2015 in New York. The practice of law has gone digital, for better or worse. Technology can make the practice of law easier for attorneys but it also creates a new set of risks. Fortunately, many such risks are foreseeable and avoidable. Even though the paperless law practice is a fairly recent development for attorneys, many ...

California's and New York's Equal Pay Acts: Equal Pay for Equal Work?

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From the program: California's and New York's Equal Pay Acts: Equal Pay for Equal Work?

Released on: Dec. 10, 2015

Taken from the briefing California's and New York's Equal Pay Acts:  Equal Pay for Equal Work? recorded December, 2015 in New York. California and New York recently passed equal pay laws that will dramatically change the landscapes in both states for gender discrimination claims based on actual or perceived pay disparities. Listen to Timothy J. Long and Christopher Wilkinson of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP as they discuss these ...

Carbon Markets and Financing Issues in Renewable Energy

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From the program: Carbon Markets and Financing Issues in Renewable Energy

Released on: Aug. 24, 2015

Taken from the briefing Carbon Markets and Financing Issues in Renewable Energy recorded August, 2015 in New York. This briefing will be divided into two parts. The first part will provide an overview of the latest activity in existing and emerging carbon markets, including how the market approach may scale as a result of recent federal regulatory actions on greenhouse gases. The second part will provide an overview of financing structures ...

Crossroad of the U.S. Embargo and the Cuban Legal Framework -- Overview and Developments

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From the program: Crossroad of the U.S. Embargo and the Cuban Legal Framework -- Overview and Developments

Released on: Aug. 10, 2015

Taken from the briefing Crossroad of the U.S. Embargo and the Cuban Legal Framework -- Overview and Developments recorded July, 2015 in New York. With the December 17, 2014 announcement by the White House and the subsequent changes to the regulations codifying the U.S. embargo with the Cuban government, interest in Cuba as a market has intensified. Businesses seeking to enter the Cuban market, however, must gauge the risk and rewards ...

Danger Lurking in the Tall Grass -- Legal Ethics and Marijuana

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From the program: Danger Lurking in the Tall Grass -- Legal Ethics and Marijuana

Released on: Feb. 2, 2015

Taken from the Web Program Danger Lurking in the Tall Grass -- Legal Ethics and Marijuana recorded January, 2015 in New York. The marijuana industry has been described as the next (Acapulco) Gold Rush. Twenty-three states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana in some form. Colorado, Washington, Alaska, Oregon, and the District of Columbia recently passed laws legalizing recreational use; the remaining states allow consumption for ...

Debunking Criticisms of Investor-State Dispute Settlement

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From the program: Debunking Criticisms of Investor-State Dispute Settlement

Released on: Jul. 23, 2015

Taken from the briefing Debunking Criticisms of Investor-State Dispute Settlement recorded July, 2015 in New York. Investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS) has become an increasingly common means of resolving cross-border disputes between corporate or individual investors and host governments. Over the three decades that the United States has had ISDS, it has been the subject of 17 such cases. This private dispute mechanism has recently come ...

Designing Effective Consumer Surveys in Trademark Infringement and False Advertising Disputes

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From the program: Designing Effective Consumer Surveys in Trademark Infringement and False Advertising Disputes

Released on: Aug. 4, 2015

Taken from the briefing Designing Effective Consumer Surveys in Trademark Infringement and False Advertising Disputes recorded July, 2015 in New York. In trademark cases and false advertising disputes, consumer perception surveys often play a critical evidentiary role. Frequently, though, the federal courts and other tribunals that adjudicate and decide these disputes find that the proffered consumer perception studies are entitled to “little ...

Drafting as Negotiation

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From the program: Drafting as Negotiation

Released on: Aug. 11, 2015

Taken from the briefing Drafting as Negotiation recorded July, 2015 in New York. Frequently, the choices in-house and external counsel make in drafting corporate and commercial agreements can set the stage for how critical points are perceived by key constituencies -- internal clients or opposing counsel/parties. Starting with the first letter of intent, memorandum of understanding or term sheet, each document can set the stage for the negotiation ...

Drafting Dispute Resolution Clauses: Tips, Considerations and Pitfalls to Avoid

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From the program: Drafting Dispute Resolution Clauses: Tips, Considerations and Pitfalls to Avoid

Released on: Jun. 3, 2015

Taken from the briefing Drafting Dispute Resolution Clauses: Tips, Considerations and Pitfalls to Avoid recorded May, 2015 in New York. Millions of business contracts provide for mediation and arbitration as ways of resolving disputes. Too often the drafting of the dispute resolution clause is treated as an afterthought in contract negotiations. While no one wants to think about a dispute when entering into a deal, well-crafted dispute ...

Emerging Risk Management and Litigation Issues for Health Care Organizations: What Keeps Us Up at Night?

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From the program: Emerging Risk Management and Litigation Issues for Health Care Organizations: What Keeps Us Up at Night?

Released on: Oct. 8, 2015

Taken from the briefing Emerging Risk Management and Litigation Issues for Health Care Organizations:  What Keeps Us Up at Night? recorded October, 2015 in New York. In an ideal world, the health care sector could focus exclusively on its core mission: providing high-quality care, treatment, services, supplies, and products to improve patients’ health and lives. But increased competitive dynamics, expanding government oversight, ...

Emotional Intelligence, the Law, and Professionalism: A Practical Introduction

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From the program: Emotional Intelligence, the Law, and Professionalism: A Practical Introduction

Released on: Feb. 26, 2015

Please note that CLE credit is not available for this program. Taken from the briefing Emotional Intelligence, the Law, and Professionalism: A Practical Introduction recorded February, 2015 in New York. Have you ever wondered why some very bright lawyers who are well educated and know the law very well struggle in their career while others who may possess solid, but not extraordinary, intellectual and technical legal skills soar through ...

Enforcing Wage Claims for Low-Income Workers

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From the program: Enforcing Wage Claims for Low-Income Workers

Released on: Sep. 25, 2015

Taken from the briefing Enforcing Wage Claims for Low-Income Workers September, 2015 in New York. State wage and hour laws were a Progressive Era reform that initially met fierce resistance from industry and the United States Supreme Court, most famously in Lochner v. New York, which invalidated New York’s law prescribing maximum working hours for bakery employees. In 1937, however, the Supreme Court narrowly changed its course, ...


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