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SEC’s New Concept Release on Modernizing Regulation S-K

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Recorded on: Apr. 25, 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, SEC's New Concept Release on Modernizing Regulation S-K. 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 material for this briefing via the Course Materials tab in the ...

Ethics for the Elder Law Practitioner

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

JEFFREY G. ABRANDT: This is something I've never said about one of our speakers. But I hope I never have to deal with Deborah professionally. But if I did have an issue, Deborah is the person I would go to. Deborah Scalise said is a partner in Scalise & Hamilton in Scarsdale, New York. She focuses her practice on the representation of professional lawyers, judges, accountants, dentists, pharmacists, social workers, and government employees. The firm ...

Featured Speaker: Francis J. Facciolo: The Evolution of the Fiduciary Duty

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

FRANCIS FACCIOLO: Chris already laid out, and my apologies for not being there for those of you who are in the room. But Chris already laid out the most basic way of thinking about this. It's an interesting area of the law. It's one of the types of areas that makes it fun to be a lawyer, because not only are there common law duties, but as Cliff has already talked about, there's an overlay of statutory duties, especially in the investment adviser ...

Housing Issues for Seniors

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

DOUGLAS J. CHU: OK, everybody. Well, we're going to just welcome everyone back. Any who can hear our voice. We're going to restart the program now, so please take your seats and silence your cell phones and so on. All right. So a continuation of our program. Oh, they're ringing the gong. OK. In continuation of our program today, we're going to now move on to housing. We thought this is a question that has come up a lot in a lot of our practices about ...

Unique Laws and Additional Services

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

LINDA JOHNSON: Here we go. And now we're back to continue with some questions for our audience members and give people a few minutes to come walking in and sit down before I throw a couple more scenarios and questions at you. We're going to continue talking about manifestation determination meetings and some examples of what a student's behavior might be considered part of the disability. So before the break, we talked about a student who had a specific ...

Competency Issues for Court Involved Youth

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

BRIAN BLALOCK: OK, thanks. We're going to get started back. And I am happy to be joined by Eliza Patten, a staff attorney at Legal Services for Children. And I'm especially happy because I know we're going to be talking about competency issues for court involved youth. And I don't think there's very many people in the state who has this information. And so we have a real expert here which is great. And so again, I will encourage you to think of your ...

Health Advocacy for Youth

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

SPEAKER 1: So I just wanted to quickly take a moment to introduce our chair for the afternoon sessions of the program today. Brian Blalock-- Brian is a staff attorney and director of the Youth Justice Project at Bay Area Legal Aid. YJP provides legal representation and does systemic advocacy on issues related to youth who are under 25 years of age. His current projects include working with homeless young adults and reconnecting to appropriate systems ...

Choice in Dying and End of Life Issues

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

DOUGLAS J CHU: All right, so we're going to move on now to our next subject on the program. And we're very proud and happy to have David Levin, who's the executive director of the End of Life Choices in New York. He's an expert on the subject of choice in dying and related subjects. Particularly, he's a great advocate on patient rights, and is author of numerous articles. I actually found David, I was-- I decided this was a hot topic, and we should ...

SSI Advocacy for Youth and Transition Aged Adults

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

[CHATTERING] JESSICA A. BRESLIN: Hi, my name's Jessica Breslin. I'm an attorney at Bay Area Legal Aid, and I run a project for delinquency-involved foster youth that focuses on SSI and special education. And I also work on the Mental Health Court in Alameda county for juveniles. MARISA A. LOPEZ: Hi, my name's Marissa Lopez. I'm a staff attorney at Bay Area Legal Aid in our Oakland office. I work mostly with homeless youth. I do benefits advocacy, ...

Medicaid Recoveries and Liens

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

JEFFREY G. ABRANDT: Good afternoon. I hope everyone had an enjoyable lunch. The city's great at this time of the year and the weather is nice. So fun to get out. And if you stayed here, that's super too. We're going to start the program again. I did ask Jane to come back if there were any questions. I think she's still outside, because people think we're still waiting. She's not going to come? OK. She's not going to make it back. But if you have a ...

ERISA Fiduciary Obligations

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

CLIFFORD E. KIRSCH: There's a lot to cover and an exciting development. I'm very, very pleased to be joined by my colleague Vanessa Scott. Vanessa is a partner in Sutherland's Washington, DC office. Vanessa is in our Tax Practice Group and she advises on employee benefits and matters under ERISA. So thanks, Vanessa, for being here. To Vanessa's right is Maria Gattuso. Maria is Deloitte's lead regulatory advisory principle in the investment management ...

A Nuts and Bolts Introduction to the Medicaid Eligibility Process

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

DOUGLAS CHU: Is it up on the screen? All right. Good morning, everyone. I'm Douglas Chu. And yes, Jeff, we've been doing this a long time. I think I've been doing it like 20, this is my 20th. Maybe more, I've lost count. Because it used to be diverted into two different courses. One was just general Elder Law and one was Modest Means. And it's very gratifying to see so many people. I was going to say, just like Bernie Sanders, just say this is a ...

Special Education Advocacy

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

LINDA JOHNSON: Thank you, Jill and Lauren. So let's get started. Why are we talking about this specific population, low income children with disabilities? As you can see by the chart, we've got a higher percentage of kiddos who are either incarcerated, in the foster care system, or have a low socioeconomic status that show up with disability needs. So they're overrepresented in the population. So we want to take a look at them specifically and how ...

Medicare Update

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

JEFFREY G ABRANDT: I think he explains it better than anybody in New York City. So I'm going to do Medicare. And I have to tell you, somehow, when we start to divide up things, Doug always gets medicating, does a great job. And I usually get something else. And I got Medicare. And I went, oh, my god, what am I going to do? But back to the shameless commerce department, New York Elder Law, which is a fabulous compilation-- Doug wrote some of the chapters-- ...

Trademark Cases: Update on Preliminary Injunctions

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2016

SPEAKER 1: Today's speakers are from Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman's San Francisco office. Bob Burlingame is a member of the law firm's intellectual property practice. His practice covers all facets of trademark protection and practice, including policing, litigation, counseling, clearance, prosecution, and registration, licensing, and due diligence, as well internet, copyright, and complex transactional matters for clients in all industries. Richard ...

Seeking Resolution: Strategies in Mediation and Settlement

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Recorded on: Apr. 21, 2016

JONATHAN YOUNGWOOD: Welcome back, everybody. I hope everyone had a great lunch, those of you who are joining us in New York and those of you who are joining us by the web. So we've progressed through the government investigation and the filing of the complaint. As you know, the motion to dismiss was unsuccessful. We've gone through lots of discovery. We've gone through-- I'm even going to posit for you, we've gone through class certification. And ...

Prosecuting and Defending the Civil Action: Class Certification, Fact Discovery, Experts and Summary Judgment Motions

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Recorded on: Apr. 21, 2016

LYLE ROBERTS: Great. Thanks, everyone. We will get restarted now with our third panel of the day, which is prosecuting and defending the civil action class certification fact discovery experts and summary judgment motion. So as Jonathan pointed out now, we've lost the motion to dismiss. Probably not too surprising given how hard our fact pattern for poor people cars and we're now going to have to actually litigate this thing. And our panel here is ...

Trial of the Civil Action or Arbitration

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Recorded on: Apr. 21, 2016

LYLE ROBERTS: So let's start with our next panel. So we were so close in that mediation. We had a couple of brackets. It looked like we were really getting somewhere. But it turned out that the sides couldn't close that gap, couldn't figure out what the delta between $20 million and $250 million, which I guess is the high end of one guy's bracket and the low end of the other side's bracket, couldn't figure out where in the middle that would work. So ...

The Investigation: Coordinating Requests from Government Regulators

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Recorded on: Apr. 21, 2016

LYLE ROBERTS: So with that, I'll turn it over to our first panel, which is going to cover just what our hypo has been talking about The Investigation and Coordinating Requests from Government Regulators. The first panel consists of Brad Karp from Paul Weiss, Adam Hakki from Shearman & Sterling, and John Tuttle from Devevoise. I would take some time to talk about their bios at length but then the panel would be over. We'd have to move on to the next ...

Ethical Issues in Complex Securities Litigation

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Recorded on: Apr. 21, 2016

JONATHAN K. YOUNGWOOD: OK. So good afternoon everybody, once again. Welcome back to the last panel of the program, which is ethics. And while it is possible from time to time the panel is going to touch on our fact scenario that you've now seen from government investigation all the way through trial, just the nature of the topic makes it a little harder to quite tie into the hypothetical. But you probably after five panels on the hypothetical are ...

Commencement of a Civil Action: Filing the Complaint, Preparing the Motion to Dismiss, Coordinating Multiple Actions

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Recorded on: Apr. 21, 2016

JONATHAN YOUNGWOOD: Great. So we're going to move on to our second panel. The first panel was the crisis, was the government investigations, the discovery of the issue, and taking it through how do you first react to it-- or as our panel told us earlier, how the company had poorly reacted to it, and how each could have done better, which I'm sure they could have. We now are moving beyond the government, and we're moving to the beginning of the civil ...

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 ...

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 ...

Legal Ethics for Real Estate Finance Lawyers

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Recorded on: Apr. 20, 2016

JOSHUA STEIN: OK. This is our last segment today. Thanks for making it through to the end of the day. I have some very important business to conduct before we start our last segment. You may remember that there was a raffle where if you put your business card into a certain place, your name might be drawn and you would win a copy of Jerome Wayland's book on ground leases, which I mentioned at the beginning of the program yesterday. We've now conducted ...

Panama Papers: Potential Legal and Cybersecurity Issues for the Hacker, Media Outlets, Law Firms, and Other Institutions

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Recorded on: Apr. 20, 2016

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Jeremy Feigelson. JEREMY FEIGELSON: Thank you, Amy. And thank you everybody for joining. We understand we have a very large and very diverse group gathered for this and we appreciate everybody's time and interest. Let me start by briefly introducing my colleagues. Sarah Coyne is counsel in our white collar practice and a very experienced former federal prosecutor in the US Attorney's Office ...


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