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Robo-Advisers and Digital Advice: The Emerging Regulatory Framework

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The dramatic rise in automated investment platforms (including robo-advisers) is drastically changing the traditional landscape for registered broker-dealers and advisers.  These services  are appealing to younger generations of millennial investors by utilizing technologically-savvy online investment tools that operate seamlessly on personal devices, such as smart-phones and tablets.  Indeed, a report cited by Bloomberg estimated that ...

Panama Papers: Highlighting the Risks for Financial Institutions and Professional Service Providers

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The leak of more than 11 million documents known as the “Panama Papers” and the subsequent disclosures concerning offshore companies – many controlled by senior government officials or their families and friends, as well as entertainers, and others who are not public figures—has shined a bright light on the use of shell companies.  While there are legitimate reasons for concealing the ownership or control of businesses ...

Maximizing Your IP Job Search with Loyola Chicago’s PLIP 2016

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

There will be NO CLE Credit for this FREE Briefing.

How to Conduct a Global Human Resources or Labor Compliance Audit—Including Cross-Border Employment Due Diligence

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Globalization pushes multinationals to align ever-more aspects of their internal human resources across borders.  Today’s multinationals have globalized HR programs, workplace policies, employee benefits and staff offerings that back in another era would have been purely local. Think of, for example:  global HR policies and handbooks, global codes of conduct, global intranets and HR information systems, global expatriate programs, ...

Parsing the D.C. Circuit’s Net Neutrality Decision and Next Steps

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality decision generated unprecedented consumer and business interest and acrimonious debate among industry players, not to mention strong White House and Congressional interest.  Now that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has upheld the Open Internet order, Internet Service Providers, content providers, and other internet and communications companies are assessing the decision ...

Global Legal Challenges of Social Media Marketing

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Brands are now, more than ever, marketing their products and services on a global basis and are increasingly using social media to do so.  Because of the global reach of such marketing platforms, the laws of multiple jurisdictions apply, making compliance difficult.  It’s critical for global advertisers to understand the pitfalls when using social media to reach consumers across borders.  This panel, all lawyers from the Global ...

Cuozzo Speed Technologies v. Lee: Supreme Court Clears the Way for the PTAB to Continue Its Practices in Inter Partes Review Proceedings

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

July 12, 2016, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm (ET)  On June 20, 2016, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Cuozzo Speed Technologies, LLC v. Lee, No. 15-446, affirming the Federal Circuit’s closely divided decision on the bar to reviewing Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) decisions to institute inter partes review proceedings and the standard used by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) for construing the claims of challenged ...

Serving on a Nonprofit Board – Practical Considerations for Attorneys

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Joining a nonprofit board can be one of the most personally and professionally rewarding experiences of an attorney’s career.  Whether you’re an experienced attorney or just beginning to practice, serving on a nonprofit board can bring opportunities to deepen your skills, make valuable connections, and help a cause that is personally meaningful to you.     This free one-hour briefing will offer some practical ...

Ethics and ERISA for the Inside/Outside Attorney: Addressing Conflicting Voices

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The ERISA lawyer practices in an area that is particularly susceptible to concerns regarding conflicts of interest.  Clients and client representatives are often wearing the proverbial "two hats," and the personal interests of an individual client contact can diverge from those of the employer-client in a range of circumstances.  In addition, there can be special concerns for the ERISA attorney who serves as inside counsel.    Please ...

Pharmaceutical Industry and the Current Regulatory, Compliance and Liability Environment: What’s Keeping Manufacturers Awake at Night?

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

In this one-hour session, an expert panel will analyze several of the most significant regulatory, compliance and liability related issues currently facing the pharmaceutical industry. These issues impact every aspect of the pharmaceutical manufacturer’s activities from the earliest clinical trials through a product’s life cycle. The panel will discuss three of these current challenges:  Regulatory, compliance and liability ...

CFPB’s Proposed Small Dollar Loan Rule -- Implications for Mainstream and Specialty Lenders

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

On June 2, 2016, the CFPB proposed a rule to regulate the payday and small-dollar loan market.  The proposal represents the CFPB’s first major effort to regulate an entire lending market using its authority to prohibit unfair and abusive practices.  Although the proposal will completely transform the existing market for small dollar loans, it also has substantial implications for traditional lenders because of its complicated scheme ...

Six Years In: The Affordable Care Act, the Exchange Plans, and the Controversy

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

In March 2016, the Obama administration celebrated the sixth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act.  But in that time, how are things actually going?  Is the promised coverage being offered, and are Americans buying it?  Does ongoing  litigation pose a future threat to the ACA?  And what other aspects of the ACA remain controversial?   Please join David J. Farber and C’Reda J. Weeden of King & Spalding ...

Law Firms, Ethics and Cybersecurity

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Learn more about cybersecurity at our upcoming program in New York City or via Live Webcast! In this One-Hour Briefing, we will explore ethical and practical issues related to law firm data security obligations.  In light of recent cybersecurity breaches at major firms – not to mention the disclosure of the “Panama Papers” – cybersecurity should be among a law firm’s top priorities.  Specific ethical ...

Big Data and Privacy: Harnessing the Power While Keeping Legal

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The proliferation and collection of data from and about consumers has created efficiencies and reduced transaction costs.  Businesses in all sectors have been scrambling to find new ways to put that data to use through analytics and targeting.  But with great data comes great responsibility, and companies looking to capitalize on this data have to manage a significant number of laws, regulations, industry guidance, and class action risks.  ...

Halo v. Pulse: Impact of the Supreme Court’s Decision on Patent Opinion Letters

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The Supreme Court’s decision in Halo Electronics, Inc. v. Pulse Electronics, Inc. changed the law on awarding enhanced damages in patent cases in several notable ways.  These changes are likely to impact the potential role and use of patent “opinion letters”.  The Court’s Halo opinion rejects the Federal Circuit’s two-part test for showing that infringement was “willful,” justifying enhanced damages. That ...

New Joint Employer Rule: New Hurdle for Business Relationships

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Recent changes in the law have placed companies in the position of being classified as a “joint employer” in circumstances that did not previously result in such a classification.  The NLRB, the EEOC and the U.S. Department of Labor are all viewing business alliances differently and that different analysis is and will affect these alliances and assorted business arrangements.   Please join Darrell S. Gay, a seasoned labor ...

Electronically Stored Information in White Collar Criminal Investigations and Proceedings

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Electronic information is all-pervasive. Not surprisingly, electronic information may be a focus of investigations and prosecutions of criminal activity. This briefing will examine the use of electronic information by the government and defense counsel.  Please join Ronald J. Hedges as he addresses:  restrictions imposed by the Fourth and Fifth Amendments as well as statutes such as the Stored Communications Act;  ...

Legal Issues of Online Identity Management: The New Challenge for e-Commerce and Cybersecurity

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Learn more about cybersecurity at our upcoming program in New York City or via Live Webcast! Anyone doing business online, signing contracts electronically, or granting remote access to systems, financial accounts, or confidential databases must be able to answer two simple questions about the other party: “Who are you?” and “How can you prove it?” Reliably answering those questions is challenging, however, especially ...

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