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Mediating Complex Financial Services Disputes

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The mediation of disputes in the financial services industry provides principals and counsel a strategic and tactical opportunity to evaluate claims and defenses, communicate messages and glean information, and to structure creative and tailored resolutions that are often superior to traditional litigation outcomes.  This One-Hour Briefing addresses the distinct substantive and lawyering issues that arise in mediating complex financial services ...

Not-for-Profit Organizations: Expanded Exposure to Fraud

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Improprieties at a Not-for-Profit organization can cripple an organization in many ways including a loss of Federal and State funding, a dramatic drop in donor contributions, and a redirection of time and energy on the crisis and not on the organization’s mission-driven focus.  Board members and senior management should be aware of their risk and work to limit their exposure.  This One-Hour Briefing will discuss:           ...

Beyond the Fingerprint: The Legal Risks Involving Mobile Biometrics and Your Data

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

As biometrics become more and more prevalent in smart mobile devices, the legal risks imposed by these technologies are becoming more prevalent as well.  In fact, the rapid evolution of technology in this market sector may outpace critical legal components for protection of your content on mobile devices, on your company’s systems, as well as in the cloud.  Tom Kulik, an Intellectual Property and Technology Partner at Scheef & ...

Monetary Sanctions in Juvenile Court – Recent Developments

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

While regressive and discriminatory criminal justice fees have been described and critiqued in the adult system, the issue has received relatively little attention in the juvenile system. Nevertheless, the imposition of monetary sanctions is a regular feature of juvenile courts across the country. Such fees significantly undermine the juvenile system’s rehabilitative goals. Attorneys are uniquely situated to help clients and their families negotiate ...

New York State Paid Family Leave Act: What You Need to Know Now

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The New York State Paid Leave Act is the most significant employment law in New York State since the passage of the New York State Executive Law (originally named the “Law Against Discrimination”) in 1945.  The fourth such state-level law of its kind in the country (and arguably the most comprehensive), this law is sure to transform the employment landscape not only in New York, but nationwide.  Please join David S. Feather ...

Prevent, Detect, Correct: Creating and Sustaining a Work Environment Free from Unlawful Harassment and Unwanted Lawsuits

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have drawn renewed attention to workplace practices and policies—or the lack thereof—that have permitted sexual harassment and misconduct, to continue, and that have all too often protected the offenders at the expense of the victims.  Employers must take this as a “wake up” call and implement policies and practices to prevent harassment in the first instance and promptly detect and remedy ...

Tax Liability Insurance: What You Need to Know Now

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Clients depend on their lawyers for creative solutions to risks they face in their day-to-day business, and to resolve roadblocks that prevent important transactions from closing.  In this One-Hour Briefing, Kenneth R. Pierce of Vanbridge LLC discusses the use of specialty insurance products to indemnify clients for potential tax liability.   After providing some background on traditional risk mitigation tools that are used in corporate ...

Cross-Racial Eyewitness Identification Jury Instructions: New York v. Otis Boone

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Eyewitness misidentification is the leading cause of wrongful convictions in our criminal justice system.  Own-race bias, the phenomenon of being better able to remember the faces of people who share one’s own race than the faces of people of other races, makes cross-racial eyewitness identifications decidedly less reliable than same-race identifications.  Yet absent clear and specific guidance on the shortcomings of cross-racial identifications, ...

Food and Beverage Labeling and Marketing – Latest Trends

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Labeling, marketing, and advertising are critical parts of a food and beverage company’s business and can be fraught with risk.  Although similar in many ways, distinguishing between “labeling” and “marketing and advertising” is an important part of a company’s risk-assessment process.  As part of this process, companies in these industries need to be aware of ever-changing trends in labeling litigation ...

Artificial Intelligence for Contracts and Transactions in the Financial Services Sector

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Artificial Intelligence is no longer a theoretical concept of science fiction.  It is a practical reality that is being deployed on the legal frontlines regularly by law firms, consulting and advisory firms as well as in-house law departments for a variety of reasons and use-cases.  New technologies have made it possible to review, analyze, extract, normalize and categorically collate massive amounts of data in increasingly more aggressive ...

Identifying, Measuring and Improving Your Integrity and Compliance Culture

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

The former (and first) compliance counsel to the United States Department of Justice, Hui Chen, recently observed in a Harvard Business Review article, Why Compliance Programs Fail, that compliance is properly understood as a behavioral science.  This insight enables important opportunities in how we think about, design, and measure the effectiveness of compliance programs.  This Briefing builds on that opportunity by focusing on the foundation ...

Three “P’s” for Improving as a Legal Writer: Professional, Process, and Preferences

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Crafting a legal brief, an important client memo, or a transactional document is a routine but important part of every lawyer's day and a core component of the job. Because lawyers are paid to write, they should consider themselves to be professional writers. As professional writers, lawyers must learn all they can about writing to improve this essential skill. They must create and then follow a sound writing process to produce documents that clearly ...

When Lawyers Need a (Criminal) Lawyer

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Few headlines capture the attention of lawyers more than when a member of the legal profession is charged with criminal wrongdoing.  Understandably, lawyers — along with law enforcement officers, judges, and court personnel — serve a crucial role as trusted members of the legal ecosystem.  But lawyers are also human beings, who sometimes commit crimes and are criminally charged. Please join Joseph V. DeMarco of DeVore & ...

Supreme Court -- October Term 2017: Major Cases for a Court at Full Strength

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

With the Supreme Court returned to full strength with nine justices, what are the major cases this term?  Dean Erwin Chemerinsky will provide a review of the major cases concerning criminal procedure, First Amendment, voting, gerrymandering, the Appointments Clause and civil rights statutes. Cases to be addressed include:  Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission Gill v. Whitford Carpenter v. United States  ...

General Liability Insurance Basics for Claim Handlers, Claim Managers and Lawyers

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

This One-Hour Briefing provides all the basics an insurance claim handler, claim manager or lawyer needs to be familiar with and conversant in general liability insurance coverage matters, including bodily injury and property damage (Coverage A) and personal and advertising injury (Coverage B) matters.  Please join Laura A. Foggan of Crowell & Moring LLP for this presentation. Topics to be covered include: Duty to Defend  ...

Your Resume & Research: 1st Steps to Success at Loyola’s PLIP 2018

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Please note there will be no CLE credit for this free presentation.  Register today!

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