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Interest Rate Protection Products for Real Estate Lenders

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Recorded on: Apr. 20, 2016

JOSHUA STEIN: Good afternoon, everybody, and thank you for coming back for the afternoon session. We're going to pick up with a panel-- not a panel-- a program segment on interest rate derivative swaps, collars, caps, collateral assignments of those good things. Our speaker is Jeffrey Page, who's a partner at Reed Smith. Before he was at Reed Smith, he was at in-house Eurohypo AG, where he closed a lot of loans that involved interest rates and swaps. ...

Title Insurance in Complex Financing Transactions

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Recorded on: Apr. 20, 2016

SPEAKER 1: OK. Thanks, everybody, for returning from the break. We're going to reconvene with an hour on title insurance in complex financing transactions. We have two speakers. We have Tom Glatthaar of Fidelity National, where he's senior vice president and senior underwriting counsel. We also have Paul Reisman, who's vice president and New York state counsel for Old Republic. So I'll hand it over to the two of you. Tom and Paul. PAUL REISMAN: Thank ...

Crowdfunding for Debt and Equity Capital

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Recorded on: Apr. 20, 2016

JOSHUA STEIN: The next speaker is Tom Kearns. He's going to be speaking on crowdfunding funding for debt and equity capital. Tom is a partner at Olshan Frome Wolosky, LLP, practices both real estate and corporate law with an emphasis on federal and state securities laws on real estate. Tom also maintains a blog, which is pretty active. He posts comments on crowd funding issues, LLC issues-- including a lot of the issues that Steve and Audrey just ...

Guaranties and Nonrecourse Carveouts

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Recorded on: Apr. 20, 2016

JOSHUA STEIN: Our next speaker is Janice Mac Avoy of Freed Frank. Janice is a real estate litigator, primarily, who has the distinction of having won several of the recent non-recourse carve out guarantee cases that have gone in favor of guarantors. So I've asked Janice to speak about non-recourse carve outs, the recent litigation, drafting tips. It's really one of the most important issues in commercial real estate loans. And often with-- every ...

Ethics and the "Reasonable" Legal Fee

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Recorded on: Apr. 19, 2016

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Steven Tasher. STEVEN A. TASHER: Thank you, Amy. I'd like to give special thanks to the Practising Law Institute for the opportunity to present in this timely topic and we greatly appreciate the guidance and assistance we've received from Amy Taub of PLI in the preparation of this presentation. Amy, your guidance and direction has been invaluable to the quality of this presentation. Good ...

Designing a Sustainable Practice: Choosing or Not Choosing a Focus for Your Practice

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2016

SPEAKER 1: Thank you Cynthia. She's wonderful, and she gave you all of the nuts and bolts to getting started. And we will all be around during the break that's coming up, and also during lunch. And I think emails will be provided, so we have additional follow up. We're happy to provide some of that information. I have the pleasure of introducing Maria Hall, who I work with in Los Angeles, through the Los Angeles incubator consortium. The Los Angeles ...

Mechanics of Practice: Billing, Types of Client Engagement, and Financial Arrangements

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2016

LUZ HERRERA: Make a quick transition into the next part of the program, which we'll talk about mechanics of practicing, which include billing, types of client engagement, and different financial arrangements. And I believe Tiela, you're staying with us for the next panel. TIELA CHALMERS: Yeah, I am LUZ HERRERA: So we have the benefit of Tiela continuing to be with us. And we also have a couple of others who are going to be joining us who are coming ...

Forming the Practice Entity and Finding a Bank

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2016

SPEAKER 1: So I wanted to go forward and start the program with our first speaker, who we're very excited to have part of our team. Cynthia Chandler is the-- we're here in San Francisco. That's where this program is taking place. And Cynthia Chancellor is the director of the Bay Area Legal Incubator program. She's the mentoring attorney, actually, that's her official title. And the Bay Area Legal Incubator program is a collaboration of Alameda county, ...

Finance Issues to Address When Starting a Practice

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2016

LUZ E HERRERA: OK, so let's see who's still left in the last hour or so, who are the champs here who are sticking through. Thank you so much for being part of this program and for being here throughout the day. Hopefully this program has been helpful as you're thinking about how to start a practice for the first time, how to go back into practice again if you've been doing something else or have been an employee where other people are taking care ...

DOL's Fiduciary Advice: Final Regulations

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Recorded on: Apr. 15, 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, DOL's Fiduciary Advice, Final Regulations. Before I begin, I have some administrative announcements. This briefing will be two hours 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. View the Course Materials tab in the ...

Term Sheet Negotiation

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Recorded on: Apr. 14, 2016

CURTIS L. MO: All right, welcome back. So with that framework in mind we're going to turn to a term sheet negotiation. Let me introduce the group that you're going to be dealing with. Down-- the very end, Buddy Arnheim. He's a firm-wide wide chair of the emerging companies and venture capital practice at Perkins Coie. He also happens to be co-chair of their Israel real practice, and he will be counsel to his venture capital client, Neil Wolff, who's ...

A. Positioning Your Company for Venture

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Recorded on: Apr. 14, 2016

SPEAKER 1: It is now my pleasure to introduce to you the chair of today's program. Curtis Mo is a partner in the Palo Alto office in DLA Piper. He is recognized as a leading corporate and securities lawyer in Silicon Valley. He's represented emerging growth companies, major public companies, investment banks, venture capital funds, and private equity funds in hundreds of public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, buyouts, venture capital financing, ...

Crisis Management and Tough Judgment Calls in Representing Emerging Growth Companies

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Recorded on: Apr. 14, 2016

CURTIS L. MO: OK, so for our last panel-- essentially a board room panel, crisis management and judgment calls-- I've got Tom Kellerman, who's a partner at Morgan, Lewis, and Bockius, and Matt Quilter, he's the senior partner at Fenwick and West, and these two guys are in boardrooms every week of their life. They're very experienced, some of the most experienced guys in northern California on this topic. So I'll just let Tom take it from there. THOMAS ...

Reviewing, Analyzing and Using the Deposition Transcript

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Recorded on: Apr. 14, 2016

RANDI W SINGER: Thank you. Just to echo what Dana said, please, any comments, suggestions, constructive criticism, anonymously not as constructive criticism, anything on the hypos or things you'd like to see, we do take that very seriously. And we do change up the program in accordance with your comments. So thank you for doing that. Our next panel is going to talk about reviewing, analyzing, and using the deposition transcript. And there are some ...

Overview and Application of Deposition Rules

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Recorded on: Apr. 14, 2016

SPEAKER 1: What we're going to do here today, our very first panel-- we have a terrific program-- our first panel is going to talk about some of the rules and some of the new rules. And we're going to talk about both state and federal rules. We're very lucky to have with us-- on my left is Partha Chattoraj, who is a partner at Allegaert Berger & Vogel, which is a litigation boutique focusing on securities, commercial law, and IP disputes. Partha ...

Key Issues in Follow-On Financing Rounds

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Recorded on: Apr. 14, 2016

SPEAKER 1: Hey, welcome back from lunch. We're going to pick up where we left off before lunch and talk about key issues in follow-on financing rounds. So the work of a VC in a company is not done-- that's series A. You're often going to see people raise expansion rounds, maybe mezzanine rounds, maybe rounds in between. They all kind of mean the same thing-- more money and more headaches and more issues. So to kind of cover the water from these issues, ...

Deposition Preparation, Exhibit Selection and Logistics

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Recorded on: Apr. 14, 2016

RANDI SINGER: So joining me for this, for the second panel, I'm lucky enough to have Denise Plunkett, who's a partner in the Antitrust and Consumer Financial Services Groups in Ballard Spahr's New York office. Denise HAS significant experience in the payment card financial services and pharmaceutical industries, Including individual and class actions, multi-district and multi-defendant litigations, and international arbitration. Denise and I are going ...

Exit Strategies

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Recorded on: Apr. 14, 2016

CURTIS MO: Hey, welcome back for the homestretch here. So I want to welcome Steve Salmon to my immediate-- I guess facing me-- my right, but your left. Steve is a partner in Davis Polk's Silicon Valley offices corporate department, where he does a wide range of M&A and capital markets transaction work. And then next to him, is my partner from DLA Piper's Palo Alto office, Brian Wheeler. Brian primarily specializes in M&A transactions, but he does ...

Ethical Dilemmas Arising With Depositions

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Recorded on: Apr. 14, 2016

RANDI W. SINGER: So our last panel of the day is our ethics panel. So now we're going to take everything that we learned and make sure that we do it in conjunction with the ethics rules. I have, to my left, David Keyko, who is a partner at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman's litigation practice in the New York office. And David's practice is focused on major complex litigation involving multiple parties, and he's handled cases involving allegations ...

Understanding and Managing Client Expectations

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Recorded on: Apr. 14, 2016

SPEAKER 1: All right. We're going to get started again. Thank you all for coming back so promptly. Our next panel is going to talk about understanding and managing client expectations. So we are very lucky to have with us today Allen Burton, who is a partner in O'Melveny and Myers' New York office, where he focuses on complex commercial litigation, including financial services, securities, insurance, regulatory investigations, and mass tort defense. Next ...

Preparing the Witness and Defending the Deposition

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Recorded on: Apr. 14, 2016

RANDI W. SINGER: Great. We're going to get started again. It's 11:30. Our next panel is going to talk about preparing the witness and actually defending the deposition. With us to talk about that, we are very lucky to have with us, Daniel N. Anziska, who focuses his partner Troutman Sanders, where he focuses on antitrust litigation, covering many industries and jurisdictions, on both the plaintiff and the defense side. He has participated in a wide ...

Handling Pro Bono Matters – Practical Strategies

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2016

JENNIFER K. BROWN: So I'm going to start by talking to you about the types of pro bono opportunities that are out there. And you may already have come across many of these, but I want to take a few minutes, because there's a really wide variety of pro bono work. It's not all going to housing court. It's not all impact litigation by any means. There are many different opportunities for lawyers from many different practice areas. We'll start with brief ...

Ethical Issues in Pro Bono Representation

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Recorded on: Apr. 11, 2016

LOUIS S. SARTORI: Hypothetical one, I believe, is easy. IZUKANNE EMAGWALI: I'll do hypothetical one. Thank you. So Mr. Jones, a native French speaker, is your pro bono client. Mr. Jones is facing eviction from his rent stabilized apartment in the East Village. Mr. Jones is a sharp 70-year-old who lives alone. He also has an adult daughter named Chelsea. Mr. Jones does not speak or understand English very well. Chelsea attends every legal meeting ...

CFIUS Annual Report: 147 Reviews. 24 Chinese.

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Recorded on: Apr. 8, 2016

AMY TAUB: Hello. My name is Amy Taub and I'm a program attorney with PLI. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing. CFIUS annual report-- 147 Reviews, 24 Chinese. 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 materials tab in the program ...

Helping Disaster Survivors with Probate Problems

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Recorded on: Apr. 7, 2016

SPEAKER 1: Hello, everybody, and welcome back to our continued program on disaster preparedness. Just a reminder that this is Part 2. Part 1 already was recorded back in September, and you can find it on pli.edu. So we're moving on to issues related to probate. And we have two speakers. Deb Fox is a certified specialist in estate planning, trust, and probate law. She's a graduate of USF Law School and is a member of the trusts and estates section ...


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