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Ethics and Privacy Implications of Workplace Investigations

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

JILL ROSENBERG: So I'm actually going to wear two hats now. I'm going to introduce our panel and then be a panelist. And thank you all for staying. The room is quite full for the last hour of ethics credit. We know it's because you all love ethics and are going to be entertained for the next hour, and you get an hour of credit to boot. So let me introduce our panel first. I've obviously introduced myself since I've been here. To my immediate left ...

ERISA Litigation Review

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

HOWARD PIANKO: OK, if we can get back to our seats we'll start with the afternoon program. Our first panel this afternoon is our annual litigation review. As in prior years, we kind of have representatives of both the plaintiff and defendant side. Shannon Barrett with O'Melveny and Myers on my immediate left. And next to Shannon is Karen Handorf from the Cohen Milstein firm. And let's see what's happened. We'll try to avoid topics as Raymond hinted ...

Social Security Disability Insurance, Supplemental Security Income and CAPI

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

STEVEN WEISS: All right, we're going to go right into our next session and then there will be a break after. And so we have Abby Herzberg and Joanna Parnes, both from Bay Area Legal Aid, here to talk about Social Security and SSI. Abby and Joanna are both staff attorneys in our Alameda county office. Abby previously clerked for a magistrate judge in a US District Court, holds a law degree from NYU and her BA from Tufts. Joanna primarily helps parents ...

Labor Law Nuts and Bolts

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

WILLIS GOLDSMITH: I think if there's one thing, among the many, that can be taken away from the last presentation is that nothing is intuitive about employment law, at least anymore. Decades ago, people thought that well, I really kind of know the answer to this. It can't be sex discrimination, or it must be sex discrimination. But nothing is intuitive. And if there's is one area of the law, in addition to employment law generally, where nothing is ...

General Assistance and Indigent Health

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

STEVEN WEISS: OK, welcome back. For the next hour we're going to be talking about general assistance, known as general relief in some counties and indigent health care. These are state mandated programs that are administered by counties. GA is the kind of the cash safety net of last resort for people who don't qualify for other programs or who have not yet qualified for other programs. And our speakers include Lauren Hansen of the Public Interest ...

Department of Labor, Office of Exemption Determinations: Updates, Issues and Perspectives

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

GRACE O'HANLON: And it's my pleasure now to introduce you to the chairs of today's program. Their full bio's are available on the iPad in front of you, so I'm going to keep it short and sweet. Howard is the head of Seyfarth Shaw's New York office benefits practice, and the national chair of its fiduciary advisory services practice group. During his more than 35 years of experience in employee benefits law and executive compensation, he has counseled ...

Interplay Among Leave Laws

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

JILL ROSENBERG: So we'll move on to our next subject area, which is interplay among leave laws. Earlier, Willis had indicated kind of the area where his head starts to spin. I think leave laws is the one that makes my head spin when I try to figure it all out. And hopefully this panel will unscramble it for us. And we have three real experts in the area. To my immediate left is Aimee Florin, who is Associate General Counsel in the Employment Law ...

Writs & Appeals

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

SPEAKER: All right. Welcome back. So for this last hour or so, we have Bob Capistrano and Patti Prunhuber here to talk about writs and appeals. Bob is a staff attorney at the Contra Costa office of Bay Area Legal Aid, and was, for many years before that, our director of advocacy and training. He's been in legal services since graduating from Hastings College of Law, focused on public benefits, health access, public and subsidized housing. Bob actually ...

CalFresh

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

STEVEN WEISS: All right. So we had our morning quiz. And it's like a high school flashback. Now you get to think about food and do math. So we're going to talk about CalFresh, which is what most people think of as food stamps. The federal program is now called the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP. In California it's called CalFresh, provides assistance to individuals and households to meet their basic nutritional needs. Most families ...

Health Care for Low-Income Californians: A Primer on Medi-Cal and Covered California

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

STEVEN WEISS: Welcome back or come back if you're out there. So it's 1:30 and we're going to get back into health, including an overview of Medi-Cal and Covered California. Welcome back Shirley from the Western Center on Law and Poverty. And welcome Amy Chen at the National Health Law Project. AMY CHEN: Hi everybody. So for this first afternoon training Shirley and I are going to be reviewing health care coverage options for low income Californians ...

Department of Labor EBSA Hot Topics

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

SPEAKER 1: But the topic of the next panel is EPSA hot topics. We're going to continue our discussion, in part, about the QPAM and the fiduciary advice regs coming at those issues from slightly different perspectives and directions than we've already heard so far. They're big topics, and there's lots to-- I think there's lots to cover. And we're also going to talk about Interpretive Bulletin 2015-1, the ESG interpretation. So with that very brief ...

Retaliation and Whistleblower Claims

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

JILL L. ROSENBERG: We're going to start up again and start with our next topic. Before that I think, Willis, you needed to talk. WILLIS J. GOLDSMITH: Yeah. I just want to make one point. I'm not sure what happened with the slides in connection with the last presentation, but we're going to try to sort that out so that they're either put up online or what have you. Cara says they'll be in the online library. But I commend those to you, as well as ...

CalWORKs

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

STEVE: We're going to start with CalWORKs, which nationally is known as Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, formerly FTC. CalWORKs in California provides an essential, but weakening, safety net to California families with minor children. Topics to be addressed by this panel include Welfare-to-Work requirements and exemptions, Time on Aid limits and extenders, child care and support services, and the Maximum Family Grant Work Child Exclusion Rule, ...

Current Topics in Private Equity and Alternative Investments

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Recorded on: Apr. 4, 2016

ARTHUR KOHN: We're ready to start back for our-- certainly last, but very certainly not least panel of the day, our review of current topics in the area of private equity and hedge funds. And in the private equity area, at least, we have a very current topic, an incredibly interesting somewhat depressing opinion that came out yesterday in the Sun Capital case, which is I think where we're going to start on the panel. Here are more Jeanie Cogill to ...

Launching, Conducting and Defending Against the Attack: PTAB Petition, Pre-Trial Phase, and Trial Institution

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Recorded on: Apr. 1, 2016

SCOTT: All right, so we're onto our next segment which will analyze pretrial strategies and issues confronting both petitioners and patent owners. And we've got quite the distinguished panel. But since we've got so many people here, we'll skip the bios and let you sort of review those at your leisure. I should mention at least Darryl Towell of Docket Navigator will be explaining some very interesting statistics and insights that come from big data ...

The Other Worlds: Covered Business Method (CBM) Challenges & Post-Grant Review (PGR)

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Recorded on: Apr. 1, 2016

SPEAKER 1: All right, welcome back. We've got two segments remaining, coming down the home stretch here. Just a reminder to those on the web to fill out your evaluations. We really need the feedback from you to improve this program, which is, at least in my opinion, been improving every year. So if there's something you like, let us know about it. If there's something you don't like, please let us know about it, and we'll do our best to improve upon ...

Fighting on Two Fronts: Optimal Strategy and Tactics in the Post-Grant Trial World, Including Parallel Litigation Proceedings

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Recorded on: Apr. 1, 2016

SCOTT: We're now going to look at this parallel universe, and we're going to be looking-- and thank you, Rick, again, for being part of this program. We are now going to look at the parallel world of the district court and the ITC, and how this all fits into the larger context. We've gotten a lot into the prosecution options and variables that exist with reissue, with reexamination, with continuation applications, with filings in Europe-- for example, ...

Obviousness, the CAFC, and Second Generation Filing Strategies

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Recorded on: Apr. 1, 2016

AMY TAUB: Thank you. Hello. My name is Amy Taub, and I am a Program Attorney with PLI. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing-- obviousness, the CAFC, and second generation filing strategies. Before we begin, I have some administrative announcements. This briefing will be one hour in length. Please feel free to send questions at any time during the briefing. Please remember that you have access to materials for this briefing via the Course ...

How to Use Maps to Support Your Work with Low-Income Communities

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Recorded on: Mar. 29, 2016

AMY: It's now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Jay Ackley. JAY ACKLEY: Hi everyone. Thank you very much for joining us. It looks like we've got a big list of people listening in. And I hope that we can provide some useful information to you. We were both really excited to be invited by the Practising Law Institute to give this presentation. And we're both, like you, committed to working on behalf of low income communities-- Bob as an advocate ...

SEC’s New Cooperation Regime: Deferred Prosecution Agreements

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Recorded on: Mar. 29, 2016

AMY: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Gene Ingoglia. Kali EUGENE INGOGLIA: Thanks, Amy. Welcome everybody. Thanks for joining us today. Let me give you a 10 second introduction to me and then we'll dive right in. As Amy told you, I'm a partner of Morvillo LLP. And I principally represent companies and individuals who find themselves involved in government investigations of one sort or another. Before that, I spent more than nine ...

Effective and Persuasive Brief Writing

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Recorded on: Mar. 24, 2016

JANET: It's my pleasure to turn the program over to Mark Harris. Thank you. [APPLAUSE] MARK HARRIS: Thank you, Janet. My name is Mark Harris. And I'm delighted to welcome you to Appellate Advocacy 2016. We're going to focus today on the various aspects of appellate advocacy, everything from effective brief writing to effective oral argument to methods of discretionary review and tactics for getting that review, and also strategies for preserving ...

Strategic Choices in Trial Courts/ Discretionary Review Proceedings/ The View from the Bench

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Recorded on: Mar. 24, 2016

MARK D HARRIS: OK, welcome back. We now have three shorter sessions on a few different interesting topics. The first one is going to be strategic choices in trial courts. Then after that, we'll hear about discretionary review proceedings. And then finally, the view from the bench with Judge Krause. So the first panel or discussion is strategic choices. Let me introduce-- let me get myself organized here-- Lauren Goldman. Lauren serves as co-head ...

Preparing for and Delivering the Oral Argument

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Recorded on: Mar. 24, 2016

MARK D. HARRIS: I'll introduce our next two panelists. So next to me is Brian Matsui. Brian is a partner in Morrison & Foerster's appellate and Supreme Court practice group. Prior to entering private practice, Brian clerked for Justice Kennedy on the Supreme Court, to Judge Pamela Ann Rymer of the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and Judge David Levy of the US District Court for the Eastern District of California. Brian is the immediate ...

The Lanham Act’s Bar on Registration of Immoral, Scandalous, and Disparaging Marks: A Debate

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Recorded on: Mar. 23, 2016

KIERAN DOYLE: Next up we have a debate, and I can tell a couple things about the debaters. They're pugnacious. I've seen them do battle in California, in Washington DC, in Arizona, in Florida, and last night at dinner. The marks we'll be talking about, they range from impolite to insensitive to vulgar to foul. The issues we'll be discussing are big-- checks and balances, free speech, due process, wrongful taking. So let me tell you a little bit about ...

Fundamentals of Structuring for Buildability and Financing

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Recorded on: Mar. 23, 2016

JOHN BUSEY WOOD: Welcome back to the Altoona Hotel [INAUDIBLE], the most beautiful building in New York City, whatever right? You believe this? OK, you're back to leasing though. So here's reality. A couple of things, housekeeping, I told you I would tell you the educational website where I was drawing those materials from. And there are several thousand documents, articles, all sorts of treatises, whatever, NYU stuff, AICPA stuff, presentation books, ...


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