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Patent Application Preparation in View of Recent Court Decisions: Updates and Strategies

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Do you prepare patent applications? If so, join patent authority Jeffrey G. Sheldon of Cislo & Thomas LLP as he provides you with an insightful and timely update on patent preparation strategies based on new developments in the law. Obtain the skills and best practices you need to provide better client service, and increase chances that your patent will issue and survive an IPR and litigation.  Discussions will include: Best strategies ...

Refreshing Your Risk Factor Disclosure - Brexit, Cyber, LIBOR and Other Considerations

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

As companies review and refresh their risk factors for upcoming annual reports, special consideration should be given to recent SEC focus on Brexit, cybersecurity, and LIBOR risks facing public companies and the quality of company disclosures of these risks.  In addition to an overview of these and other key risk factor topics for public companies, Lillian Brown, Knute J. Salhus and Sarah K. Sellers of WilmerHale will provide practical tips ...

Using Artificial Intelligence to Open New Lending Markets

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Right now, there are around 44 million consumers without a traditional FICO score (sometimes called “Credit Invisibles”) in the United States.  Lenders are just beginning to underwrite loans to them using artificial intelligence and alternative data.  Add the developing world, and the number of underserved consumers who might be reached with AI shoots up to a billion.  In short, this is a huge opportunity.  But AI and ...

Fifth Annual Form 10-K Tune-Up

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

As you prepare your company’s Form 10-K this year, you will have to consider incorporating changes required by the SEC’s Disclosure Update and Simplification Final Rule as well as deal with complex, emerging disclosure questions surrounding cybersecurity risks and the impact of Brexit, among others. Please join our SEC Institute workshop leaders Cheryl L. Linthicum and George M. Wilson as they discuss these and other key issues to address ...

Emerging Trends in M&A Litigation: 2018 Year in Review

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

In 2016, the Delaware Chancery Court upended M&A litigation when it held in Trulia that it would no longer approve so-called “disclosure-only” settlements of M&A strike suits.  In response to Trulia, the plaintiffs’ bar began filing M&A strike suits in federal courts all over the country.  Over the last few years, however, it has become clear that the plaintiffs’ bar strategy backfired, as federal courts ...

Trademark Injunctions: Update

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

This Briefing about preliminary injunction (“PI”) motions in trademark infringement cases will provide an update on the law, along with practice pointers. Formerly, PI motions were the prevailing method of judging trademark infringement. That procedure is now under a cloud that has proved a major problem for plaintiffs.  As the result of relatively recent Supreme Court precedent, plaintiff-movants for PIs must independently prove ...

USPTO Patent Examination Guidelines on Patent Subject Matter Eligibility and Treatment of Function Claiming for Computer Implemented Inventions

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The recently issued patent examination guidelines published in the Federal Register became effective January 7, 2019. The guidelines are directed to patent subject matter eligibility under section 101 implementing new policy directives from Director Andre Iancu and treatment of functional claiming under section 112 for computer implemented inventions.  Stephen G. Kunin and Christopher J. Maier,  partners at Maier & Maier PLLC will explain ...

Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act Primer: Part 1

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Globalization has enabled national governments to expand the scope of their traditionally political and diplomatic activities into the commercial sphere.  As a result of such phenomena as state-controlled enterprises playing major roles in the international energy or financial sectors, legal systems across the globe have increasingly recognized that where foreign governments act as private entities, they should be treated as such to at least ...

Antitrust in 2019: Trends and Developments to Watch

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Antitrust has become a political hot topic, entering the public consciousness unlike has been seen in decades, both in the U.S. and globally. This trend, along with several pending enforcement actions, means that 2019 is set to be yet another blockbuster year for antitrust and competition enforcement. In this Briefing, antitrust experts, M. Howard Morse and Megan Browdie of Cooley LLP will preview what you need to know, including: Current ...

A New Frontier for Employer Data Privacy Liability in UK and Europe: GDPR, Employee “Class” Claims and Vicarious Liability After Wm. Morrison Supermarkets

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The European Union’s GDPR privacy law came into force in May, bringing with it the highly-publicized maximum penalty of 4% of worldwide turnover. But what, really, are the likely damages, penalties and collective claim procedures for employment-context data law violations in UK and Europe? Now we have some answers.  In October, the UK Court of Appeal issued the Wm. Morrison Supermarkets decision, expanding employer “vicarious liability” ...

Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act Primer: Part 2

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Globalization has enabled national governments to expand the scope of their traditionally political and diplomatic activities into the commercial sphere.  As a result of such phenomena as state-controlled enterprises playing major roles in the international energy or financial sectors, legal systems across the globe have increasingly recognized that where foreign governments act as private entities, they should be treated as such to at least ...

Top 10 Tips for Advocates Arbitrating Disputes in the U.S.

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

A winning strategy in arbitration requires an advocate to take different approaches to process, substance, and tactics in preparing and presenting a case than the advocate would take in court. This One-Hour Briefing by arbitrators who also were advocates provides critical advice that will enable counsel to maximize the benefits of arbitration. Expert faculty discussion will include: Privacy and Confidentiality Pleadings Preliminary ...

Recent Trends in Insurance Litigation – A Look at the Federal Courts

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Legal data analytic tools are now available for insurance litigation in federal courts.  Data analytics can help insurance practitioners identify and understand trends in insurance litigation and develop winning strategies for their clients, whether they are insurers or insureds.  In this One-Hour Briefing, Ronald C. Porter of Lex Machina will demonstrate how the use of legal data analytics can help practitioners develop winning litigation ...

Save Me a Seat: California Mandates Gender Diversity in the Board Room

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

California is the first state in the country to mandate gender diversity on the boards of companies doing business in the state, but there are many questions that accompany this development.  Please join speakers associated with DirectWomen, an organization dedicated to preparing women attorneys to sit on corporate boards as they consider: Is this a good idea?  Is it legal? How will it impact board searches? Is there ...

Avoiding Civil Claims Related to Criminal Acts on a Business’s Premises

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

When a crime occurs on a business’s premises, whether it involves the healthcare, hospitality, or transportation industries, a criminal investigation takes place, which can potentially result in a prosecution.  What is more rarely discussed is how to defend the civil lawsuit that is often commenced by the victim of the crime against the business where the crime occurred.  Please join James W. Kachadoorian and Sean B. Maraynes from ...

U.S. Sanctions Against Iran – Impact on Non-U.S. Companies

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

On May 8, 2018, the President announced his decision to withdraw from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (the “JCPOA”, also known as the Iran nuclear deal), and to begin re-imposing, following a wind-down period, the U.S. nuclear-related sanctions against Iran that had previously been lifted.  Importantly, this action mostly involves “secondary” sanctions – actions that the U.S. may take against foreign persons ...

Medical Device Post-Market Cybersecurity - Stakeholder Interactions and the Importance of Advancing Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

In light of recent high-profile cybersecurity breaches in the healthcare industry, post-market medical device cybersecurity is becoming increasingly important to all entities in the medical device ecosystem.  Leading FDA and cybersecurity lawyers at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP will present an overview of legal, regulatory, and commercial issues associated with medical device cybersecurity, including recommendations for implementing coordinated ...

Giving Life at the “End of Life” – Legal Considerations

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

There is a national severe shortage of transplantable organs, and it is has never been more important that every person involved in the process of organ donation and transplantation, from the attorneys advising potential donors as they draft their estate planning documents or sign up on a donor registry, to hospital counsel, ethicists, medical staff and policy-makers, to understand the legal nature of the gift. The Briefing will provide ...

Intellectual Property Management for In-House Counsel

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

What is intellectual property management and how can objectives in intellectual property management be met?  Presented in cooperation with ACC, this presentation will include a panel of seasoned legal operations and legal consulting professionals who will discuss: ·        The benefits of portfolio rationalization ·        The utilization of preferred providers ...

Marketing and Selling Products in the EU: Challenges, Traps and Opportunities

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

This Briefing focuses on typical obstacles facing U.S. entrepreneurs when doing business in the EU. The speakers, experienced IP and marketing law experts in Germany and Sweden, will address mandatory requirements for branding products and product marking as well as advertising and selling online and using influencers. The speakers will: Offer practical tips to minimize legal risks Address the challenges faced when doing cross-border business ...

California Privacy Law Update: The California Consumer Privacy Act and More

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

California has long been a laboratory for innovative privacy legislation, and there were many new experiments in 2018 and 2019.  W. Reece Hirsch, co-head of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP’s Privacy and Cybersecurity practice and editor of Bloomberg Law’s California Privacy Profile, reviews some of the latest developments, including: ·         The continuing evolution of the CCPA, including ...

SEC and Cybersecurity: Emerging Regulatory Expectations and What’s Ahead in 2019

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ramped up its cybersecurity enforcement efforts in 2018 with a number of “firsts.”  In early 2018, the full commission issued updated cybersecurity guidance to its public companies telling them to bolster their disclosures of cybersecurity risk factors and improve data security disclosures.  A few months later, the SEC pursued its first-ever cybersecurity enforcement action against ...

Fourth Annual Dealing with MD&A Hot Topics

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

This Video One-Hour Briefing will help you effectively deal with current issues and the most challenging disclosures in MD&A.  The discussion will also include several ideas and tips to improve your MD&A and the related drafting process. Please join our discussion leaders Robert Laux and George M. Wilson, both Directors at PLI’s SEC Institute, as they review the key issues to address in the 2018 annual MD&A and 2019 quarterly ...

SEC/FDA Nexus: Best Practices for Publicly Traded Life Sciences Companies

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Life-sciences companies frequently must determine what (if anything) to disclose about key developments in clinical trials or the Food and Drug Administration’s (“FDA”) review process. Determining what to disclose requires great nuance, especially because disclosure may be required even when a company has only incomplete information. This Briefing will provide best practices for life-sciences companies to reduce litigation risk -- ...

Financial Covenants in Loan Agreements

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

This One-Hour Briefing will provide a brief overview of financial covenants in loan agreements. Please join Scott B. Selinger and Ramya S. Tiller of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP as they discuss: Financial Covenants in Loan Agreements Types of Financial Covenants (Incurrence vs. Maintenance) Financial Covenants in Different Types of Financings (Term Loans, Bonds, Cash Flow Revolver and ABL) Key Definitions GAAP  ...


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