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Pro Bono Counsel in Social Security Cases

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Recorded on: Mar. 21, 2016

KAREN HAMBRICK: Good afternoon. For our last session, the last session is pro bono counsel in social security cases. A lot of the cases at the Legal Aid Society-- not a lot, but we give some cases to pro bono counsel. And so that is a different kind of process than you developing the cases on your own because Legal Aid is kind of screening those cases for you, at least the initial merits and what the case is about. So I'm going to turn this case ...

The Ethics of Evidence and Social Media

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Recorded on: Mar. 18, 2016

RICHARD: OK, our next speaker, and hopefully your name tag is up there. It is-- is my partner Peter Jarvis. Peter flew in from the coast, from Portland, Oregon, for today's meeting. And he's going to be speaking on our next topic, keeping your ticket in the age of social media. Peter's practice is primarily in the area of attorney professional responsibility and risk management. So he's right in the smack in the ethics area. He advises lawyers, law ...

Ethical Risks of Social Media

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Recorded on: Mar. 18, 2016

RICHARD RAYSMAN: So with that introduction, I want to introduce our speakers for the first panel. To my immediate left-- your right-- is David Cunningham, who is vice-president, assistant general counsel, and director of intellectual property and privacy law at the Hartford Financial Services Group. David handles all facets of intellectual property law, including patent prosecution-- he's a patent lawyer-- litigation, licensing, and IP transactional ...

Attorneys and Social Media - Ethics Issues

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Recorded on: Mar. 18, 2016

RICHARD RAYSMAN: Welcome back. And we are on to our third and final topic, "Attorneys and Social Media." Our two panelists are-- to my immediately left, your right-- is James Landau. Jim is a member of Ellenoff Grossman and Schole, and has over 20 years of commercial litigation experience in New York, having spent the bulk of his career at Proskauer Rose and Brown Raysman. Jim has represented individuals and companies of all sizes, and a broad range ...

Sexual Assault on Campus

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Recorded on: Mar. 17, 2016

JESSE COLE CUTLER: So I am extremely excited to welcome you all and to thank first the Practicing Law Institute for having us. This is the 16th year that the School Law Institute has been presented here at PLI. And it has become a remarkable annual tradition. Our turnout is absolutely wonderful and our program is extremely varied as a response to you and your comments, your requests, the statements that you've made about our program in the past and ...

Fourth Amendment Update

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Recorded on: Mar. 17, 2016

SPEAKER 1: Our next presenter is Alexis Karteron. Miss Karteron is a senior staff attorney at the New York Civil Liberties Union, where she litigates civil rights and civil liberties cases. Prior to joining the New York Civil Liberties Union, Miss Karteron was the White House associate staff secretary. Miss Karteron has also completed the Fried Frank NAACP Legal Defense Fund Fellowship, through which she was a litigation associate at Fried Frank, ...

Rights of Recently Arrived Immigrants and English Language Learners

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Recorded on: Mar. 17, 2016

JESSE COLE CUTLER: Try to keep everybody on schedule so you receive your full CLE credits. If you could please end the conversations and have a seat. Our next presenter is Abja Midha. Miss Midha is a project director at Advocates for Children of New York. Abja leads AFC's Immigrant Students Rights Project, which works to protect English Language Learners' and immigrant students' access to educational programs and improve their educational outcomes. She ...

Transgender Youth in Public Schools

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Recorded on: Mar. 17, 2016

JESSE COLE CUTLER: Our next presenter is Randy Glasser. Ms. Glasser graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maryland, and is a graduate of the Hofstra University School of Law. She has served as the chairperson of the Education Law Committee at the Nassau County Bar Association, and has been a member of the Alternate Dispute Resolution Committee at the Nassau County Bar Association and the Disabilities Law Committee of the New York State ...

Cash Flow Statement Analysis and Application

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Recorded on: Mar. 17, 2016

GEORGE WILSON: Well, welcome back. And we have a couple of more topics along the way, and then we have a, kind of, culminating, sort of, review of it all, with a comparison of three automobile companies. So our next topic is going to be the third of the three basic financial statements, which is the statement of cash flows. And then Carol will talk a little bit about some of the information in the footnotes to the financial statements. And then we're ...

IDEA / Section 504 Update

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Recorded on: Mar. 17, 2016

JESSE COLE CUTLER: Very good. Thank you all for being on time. Welcome back. It is 1:30. Our next presenter will be presenting the year in review, cases that were decided by the district and circuit courts across the United States during calendar year 2015. The PowerPoint was recently updated. And so if you have difficulty accessing this PowerPoint, please click the Back button in the upper left hand corner, fiddle around with your iPad a little bit, ...

Ethics - When Parents Disagree

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Recorded on: Mar. 17, 2016

JESSE COLE CUTTER: Thank you, everybody. The highlight of today, the ethics credit. Make sure you're signed in, otherwise you ain't getting it. I am proud to present our last speaker today. Barbara J. Ebenstein is a parent and an attorney, with law offices in New Rochelle, New York. Her practice focuses on the representation of parents in special education, general education, and related matters. Barbara is an adjunct associate professor at New York ...

Income Statement Analysis and Application

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Recorded on: Mar. 17, 2016

CAROL A. STACEY: All right. Income statement. GEORGE M. WILSON: Could we please switch back to the PowerPoint, please? CAROL A. STACEY: All right. So the income statement I think people are probably more familiar with than the balance sheet, because I think it gets more traction for investors. They want to know how much the company made that year. They want to know how much EPS is-- earnings per share. So I do think that this one does get a lot ...

Balance Sheet Analysis and Application

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Recorded on: Mar. 17, 2016

CHAD RUCKER: Our format today is going to be we're going to start with each one of the three financial statements-- a balance sheet income statement, cash flow statement. We're going to tell you what those line items are on those. We'll walk you through it in detail. Then we'll talk about some of the ratios and the calculations and how to interpret some of that data. So now what I'll do is I'll turn it over to George so that he can start walking ...

Preparation of Key Securities Offering Documentation

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Recorded on: Mar. 16, 2016

LIZABETHANN R EISEN: Great. Welcome back, everybody, to the underwriting and distribution arrangements panel. My name is LizAnn Eisen. I'm a partner in the corporate department at Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP. And I am glad to be back here for this panel. And to my right is Dave Boston, who is a partner in the corporate and financial services department of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP in New York, and co-chair of the firm's mergers and acquisitions ...

Introduction to the Law of Securities Offerings

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Recorded on: Mar. 16, 2016

WALLACE: Now it's my pleasure to introduce you to the chair of today's program. Liz Ann Eisen is a partner in Cravath's corporate department. Her practice focuses on domestic and international corporate finance transactions, corporate governance, and reporting matters and restructurings. Her work includes corporate reporting, governance, and disclosure advice and securities offerings for high profile clients including Amdocs, Starbucks, Unilever, ...

Important Financial Statements and Accounting Disclosures

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Recorded on: Mar. 16, 2016

LIZABETHANN R. EISEN: Thanks, Willis. Welcome back, everybody. My name, again, LizAnn Eisen, and I'm a partner at Cravath, Swaine & Moore, LLP in the corporate department. I'd like to introduce my copanelists. To my right is Nicole Pinder, and she is a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the transaction services practice. And she is based in New York. She has over 15 years of experience providing assurance and advisory services to companies across ...

Ethics, Due Diligence and the Offering Process

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Recorded on: Mar. 16, 2016

LIZABETHANN R. EISEN: Terrific. Well, welcome back, everybody. We're excited for this panel. I have been alluding to it all day, as I've been talking about due diligence. And I have promised you that we would talk both about the liability framework, but also that Hannah would regale us with the things that plaintiffs' lawyers look for. So that all of our admonitions all day about good disclosure, Hannah was going to be the embodiment of what happens ...

Analysis of a Technology License Agreement

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Recorded on: Mar. 15, 2016

JOSEPH YANG: Welcome back. This will be our session on a analysis of a technology license agreement. And we will go for one hour. And then, FYI, we will be doing rights of publicity licensing in this room at 2:45. The other room currently has analysis of a content license agreement. And at 2:45, the other room will have licensing issues in the life sciences industry. So this room, it's tech license agreement followed by rights of publicity licensing. It's ...

International Licensing -- Asia & Europe

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Recorded on: Mar. 15, 2016

JOSEPH YANG: So we have two speakers on international licensing, Grace Pan and Jeremy Schrire. Grace is to my immediate left, at least past Ira. She's an equity partner at Holland & Knight and was most recently, I think until last week-- congratulations-- a partner in Orrick's New York office, so a recent switch in firms. Grace is an IP counsel and litigator focusing on all areas of IP law. Grace represents clients from the US, Japan, Taiwan, and ...

It’s a Hostile World: Takeover Defense and Hostile Deals

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Recorded on: Mar. 15, 2016

IGOR KIRMAN: OK. So welcome back to all of you in New York and on the web. It's good to have you. And this is the final panel, the grand finale that I've been promising you. So enough of the under card, like my panel. This is the heavyweight panel. And it's a hostile panel of collected--  as friendly a group of hostile guys I know, and these are truly world class lawyers. I'm not even going to attempt to read any part of their biography because it ...

Strategic Alliances and Other Joint Development Agreements

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Recorded on: Mar. 15, 2016

JOSEPH YANG: OK. Hi, everybody. Can you hear me in the back? Good, OK, terrific. I hope you all had a nice lunch. We're going to continue this afternoon with IP issues and joint ventures and strategic alliances. And I do want to emphasize the IP issues. I want to talk about something that is I think one of the most interesting and challenging parts of doing strategic alliances, which is allocation of the IP rights that are created. I'm deliberately ...

Negotiation Skills and Tactics

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Recorded on: Mar. 15, 2016

JOSEPH YANG: All right. Welcome back, and welcome back to the big room. Nice to see you all again. We will be continuing with negotiations. And our speaker for that topic is Marcelo Halpern, who's joining us from the Perkins Coie office in Chicago, where he's a partner and a member of its technology, transactions, and practice group. Marcelo counsels clients on complex business transactions involving technology and IP, including strategic alliances, ...

Analysis of a Content License Agreement

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Recorded on: Mar. 15, 2016

IRA JAY LEVY: I hope everyone had a good lunch break. I talked with someone before. Usually even when the program is later in March, we usually find we have snow while this program is going on. This a nice change of pace. Just so everyone is aware, we are going to talk about the analysis of a content license agreement. We're very pleased to be joined today by, first to my immediate right, Ken Kaufman, who many of you heard this morning talk about ...

Copyright, Content and Trademark Licensing

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Recorded on: Mar. 15, 2016

SPEAKER 1: Thank you, Joe. We are now going to continue our journey this morning to the substantive areas of intellectual property, which are subject to patent licenses and another intellectual property licenses. This next session is going to involve issues surrounding trademark licenses and then copyright licenses. First on the issue of trademark licenses, we're pleased to be joined again this year by Oliver Herzfeld. Oliver oversees all the aspects ...

The Nuts and Bolts of it: Negotiating Acquisition Agreements

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Recorded on: Mar. 15, 2016

IGOR KIRMAN: Welcome back, for those of you in New York. Welcome back from lunch for those of you on the web. Hopefully, you've had some lunch. I want to introduce the next panel. Sometimes I don't know what's worse, being the ones before lunch when people are hungry, or being the panel right after lunch when you have to fight the sleep bug. We'll put them to the task. And we are very fortunate to have this very good group. As a promise to you earlier ...


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