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Non-Practicing Entities: What's the Big Deal?

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Recorded on: May. 9, 2016

SPEAKER 1: While we transition over, for everybody in the webcast audience, it just came to my attention that some folks have been sending in questions, but I haven't been getting them up here. So don't feel like I've been ignoring you. I just haven't been getting the questions. And we will try to get those answered, the ones that have come in so far, and I'll keep an eye out for them, as the program goes forward. So we'll move on, now, from a quick ...

The Fast-Changing World of Software-Related Patents: Critical Issues You Need to Know Now

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Recorded on: May. 9, 2016

SCOTT M. ALTER: Let's begin. Should we begin? OK. All right, we're going to go ahead and get started. Welcome back everyone. We're going to talk about-- in this session-- software related patents, critical issues you need to know now. And on the panel, to my immediate right, your left, is Richard Marsh, the Denver office of Faegre Baker Daniels. He focuses his practice on intellectual property matters including patent prosecution, patent validity, ...

Determining "Damages Adequate to Compensate for the Infringement"

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Recorded on: May. 9, 2016

DOUGLAS R. NEMEC: Hope you had a good lunch. We'll see if we can bring in some extra chairs here in San Francisco to accommodate the crowd. But let's get started to keep ourselves on schedule. So now for a bit of good news, notwithstanding the best efforts of the Supreme Court and the PTAB and defense lawyers everywhere, it turns out there still are some valid, enforceable patents out there. And some plaintiffs have had success in litigating them ...

Your Voice: What You Say and How You Say It Influence Your Success and Your Career

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Recorded on: May. 7, 2016

AMY TAUB: Thank you. Hello. My name is Amy Taub and I'm a program attorney with PLI. I'd like to welcome you today's briefing, "Your Voice: What You Say and How You Say it Influences Your Success and Your Legal Career." before you 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 material for this briefing ...

Acquisition Finance Update

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

PATRICK J. RYAN: OK. So we're going to get started with our next panel, entitled Leveraged Financing 2016. To David's left is Jennifer Hobbs. She's a partner in Simpson Thacher's corporate department and a member of the firm's compensation committee. She focuses on acquisition finance and advises on a broad range of financing for many of the firm's leading private equity and corporate clients. To Jennifer's left is Ann Makich. Ann is principally ...

Covenants: Theory, Market Terms and Trends

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

DAVID A BRITTENHAM: All right, we're back. We are now going to have what promises to be a very interesting panel discussion about covenants-- theory, market terms, and trends. And let me introduce the panel. To my left is Byung Choi. Byung is co-head of the global finance practice group at Ropes & Gray. He focuses his practice on leveraged finance transactions, including syndicated credit facilities, high-yield bond offerings, asset-based financings, ...

Hypothetical – Crisis Management: How to Handle a Real World FCPA Problem

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

KIMBERLY PARKER: Hi, everyone. Welcome. Welcome. Hope everyone got some food and are ready for what promises to be a very interesting panel. We're going to do this panel around a hypothetical that we wrote that is intended to bring out many of the very interesting and thorny issues that come out when you have a real world FCPA problem. What happens when one of these problems arise? And how do you manage all the different stakeholders, the different ...

Leveraged Financing Today

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

PATRICK J RYAN: So with that, I think we can kick it off. And Tony's going to start and then give us a presentation on the state of the markets. ANTHONY MCMAHON: Thanks very much, Patrick. I appreciate it. Hopefully, someday I too will need no introduction, but I have to climb the ladder, I suppose. Thanks everyone for being here. So the big headline on the state of the markets over the past several months has been volatility. Right? So the end of ...

Anti-Corruption Issues Facing Financial Institutions

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

RICHARD GRIME: OK. Good afternoon, everybody, and welcome back from lunch. As Kim indicated, we are going to be talking about anti-corruption issues facing financial institutions. But I hope that many of the issues that we talk about today have a broader application to other industries, as well. But since we're here in New York, we thought it would be helpful to talk about some of the issues that are particular to financial institutions. So on the ...

Key Issues Facing Compliance Officers and In-House Counsel: What Keeps Them Up at Night?

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

KIMBERLY PARKER: Hello everyone and hello to everyone who are joining us on the web today. We have a great panel here with a very experienced and wise group of compliance officers who are in companies that are diverse in the industries that they cover and the places in which they do business. And I think it should be an interesting discussion. Let me introduce the panel. To my left is Karen Griffin, who is the Executive Vice President and Chief Compliance ...

Key Issues in Developing and Maintaining an Effective Compliance Program: Taking Your Program to the Next Level

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

KIMBERLY A. PARKER: OK. Well, to keep us on time today, we're going to move right into this panel, which promises to be a very good discussion. It is called Key Issues in Developing and Maintaining an Effective Compliance Program-- Taking Your Program to the Next Level. And I think all of us hope that we can use this time to go beyond sort of the basics of FCPA compliance programs. I think most people in this room, based on our polling from this ...

Anti-Corruption Issues When Doing Business in China

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

RICHARD W. GRIME: OK. Good morning, everybody. And good evening to you, Kelly, there in Hong Kong. Welcome to the day 2 of PLI's FCP program. This morning we are going to walk through some of the issues that people come across when dealing with business and investigations in China. We are happily here with people who essentially practice in this area and lived often in Asia for many, many years, and so bring a lot of local experience to the issues ...

Ethical Considerations in Leveraged Financings

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

DAVID A. BRITTENHAM: All right. While Ed makes his way up here, I'm going to tell you a little bit about him. Ed Smith is partner in the New York and Boston offices of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius. He concentrates his practice in general commercial and insolvency law, but today he's here in his capacity as an ethics expert. Ed has a long and illustrious career and a long and illustrious biography you'll find in the materials, but in the interest of time ...

Leveraged Finance Restructuring

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

PATRICK RYAN: Thanks, Danielle. So now we're going on to our second panel-- Leveraged Finance Restructuring. And we're joined by Samantha Good, who's a corporate partner in Kirkland's San Francisco office. Samantha concentrates her practice on debt financing transactions, including secured and unsecured financings, cross-border transactions, workouts, restructurings, DIP and exit financings. She represents corporate borrowers, private equity funds, ...

Nuts and Bolts of an FCPA Internal Investigation

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

RICHARD W GRIME: OK. Good afternoon everybody. This is a panel where we're going to go through the nuts and bolts of an internal investigation, essentially picking off five or 10 different issues that come up during the course of investigation. So we're going to spend a short amount of time on each one and get the panels perspective on this. As you've probably figured out, as you've see other panels, determining how to do an investigation, the scope ...

Hypothetical: Ethical Issues

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

RICHARD GRIME: Thanks, Dana. Welcome everybody. As Dana said, we have a hypo for this panel. And like the last one with Kim, we have some drawings. And so it's all going to be done electronically. The only thing that's not done electronically are the answers. And the answer are going to be given by the panel here today. So let me briefly introduce everybody and then we can get going. Jim Benjamin is here to my left. Jim is a leader in Akin Gump's ...

Transparency of Beneficial Ownership: The New Persons with Significant Control (PSC) Regime – What You Need to Know

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

AMY TAUB: Thank you. Hello. My name is Amy Taub, and I'm a program attorney with PLI. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing, Transparency of Beneficial Ownership-- The New Persons with Significant Control Regime-- What You Need to Know. 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 ...

How to Deal with Difficult FCPA Issues

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Recorded on: May. 5, 2016

KIMBERLY PARKER: Thanks everyone. We're going to get started on our next panel. Folks can make their way to their seats. I'm looking forward to this panel because one of the things that is relatively unique about the FCPA area is that most of the precedent, such as they are, are made through settlements rather than litigated cases. And one result of that is that we don't really see a lot of back and forth and real articulation of some of the more, ...

October Term 2015: The Death of Justice Antonin Scalia -- What It Means for the Supreme Court This Year and in the Future

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Recorded on: May. 2, 2016

SPEAKER 1: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Dean Erwin Chemerinsky. ERWIN CHEMERINSKY: Thank you so much. It's really my honor and pleasure to do this and to be part of the PLI programs. Everything changed on Saturday, February 13 when Justice Scalia passed away. It's very difficult to assess Justice Scalia's legacy at this point in time. Undoubtedly how he will be regarded in history will depend in large part on who's his successor ...

Fund Marketing and Sale of Fund Shares

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Recorded on: Apr. 29, 2016

CLIFFORD E. KIRSCH: All right. Welcome back. And we're here for our next panel on funda marketing and sale of fund shares. I'm glad that Greg is back and Bibb is back. Greg Bressler, general counsel at SunAmerica Asset Management and Bibb Strench, a partner at Thompson Hine. Thanks for doing double duty and being back here for this panel. And I'm also pleased to introduce my colleague, Cindy Beyea. Cindy is a member of Sutherland's Financial Services ...

Fund Anatomy

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Recorded on: Apr. 29, 2016

CLIFFORD KIRSCH: All right everyone, welcome back. And this is our panel in which we look at fund anatomy. And what we're doing on this panel is taking a look inside the fund company. And by the end of this panel, we hope you have a better appreciation of the role of the fund board of directors, the role of the advisor, what impact shareholder voting has, things like that. And we have a great panel. We've been together a few years doing this, and ...

The Evolution of an Industry: Approaching 75 Years of Retail Fund Regulation

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Recorded on: Apr. 29, 2016

CLIFFORD E. KIRSCH: And with that, I think we're ready to start digging into the first panel. And Lauren and I are pleased to introduce Professor Facciolo. Jay is a professor at St. John's University School of Law, where he teaches a number of courses. And you can see from Professor Facciolo's bio in the book, he teaches a number of courses, one of which is investment management regulation. And you'll see his publications also, which are very extensive ...

Fund Litigation

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Recorded on: Apr. 29, 2016

LAURIN BLUMENTHAL KLEIMAN: So here's the panel that you've all been waiting for. A quick introduction. To my left is Mark Holland, who is a partner at Goodwin Procter, and to his left, Lori Martin, who's a partner at WilmerHale. Both of these folks-- I've known both of them for a very, very long time. In fact, somebody's going to kick me, but there's probably 100 years of legal experience on this panel collectively. They both do a lot of different ...

Current Trends and Developments

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Recorded on: Apr. 29, 2016

LAURIN BLUMENTHAL KLEIMAN: And in the interest of time, while they are coming up, I'm going to introduce the next group of panelists. So on my right, starting with the far right, Ed Baer, who is counsel at Ropes & Gray and former Managing Director and Senior Counsel at BlackRock, and in that regard, was the CLO for the world's largest CLO complex. CLO. The largest ETF. I'm looking at CLO, Chief Legal Officer for the world's largest ETF complex. To ...

Fund Regulation

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Recorded on: Apr. 29, 2016

LAURIN BLUMENTHAL KLEIMAN: For the rest of the day we're going to focus on some of the themes, as I promised, that we've been talking about during the day. And some of these tips and insights are going to hopefully now sound familiar to you. But we're going to try to enhance some of what we learned earlier today and end of the day. So we're going to have the regulatory framework panel right now. And then following that, the litigation panel that ...


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