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Getting Your Message Across: Best Practices for Private Companies

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Recorded on: Aug. 9, 2018

AMY: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Anna Pinedo. ANNA PINEDO: Thank you, Amy. And thanks to those of you who have tuned in. As Amy said, we're going to be focusing on some of the new issues arising for private companies, particularly as private companies stay private longer and, in so doing, rely on multiple exempt offerings to raise capital to fund their continued growth, and oftentimes defer their IPO for a significant period ...

Basics of the Federal Election Campaign Act 2018

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Recorded on: Aug. 8, 2018

AMY: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Jason Kaune. JASON D. KAUNE: Well thank you, Amy. Well here we are on slide 3 to talk about our expectations. We have three co-chairs, 60 minutes, and about eight topics we want to cover. In addition to mapping out expectations and the course materials you've received, we're going to spend some time on key terms and recent court decisions, set a foundation for your understanding the Federal ...

Advising Clients on Community Capital Offerings

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Recorded on: Aug. 7, 2018

SPEAKER: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Kim Arnone. KIM ARNONE: Thank you, Amy, and thank you to the Practicing Law Institute, and, welcome, everyone to the webinar. I'm going to start by just giving a little bit of background on Cutting Edge Counsel, our law firm, and Cutting Edge Capital, our consulting firm. We work primarily, and it's our mission, in democratizing the economy, and we do that by assisting impact businesses, ...

Elements of Style and Unique Challenges in Transactional Writing   

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Recorded on: Aug. 2, 2018

L. KEVIN SHERIDAN, JR: Thanks, Janet. We did get questions from the live audience during the break and also some questions from the web audience. Starting with the web audience, A really good question that was stumping Jeff and me until I looked at my Google machine, did some immediate research. But why is there a successor and assigns agreement in a contract? Isn't it just implicit that if one assigns a contract to another party, that party gets ...

Global Sweepstakes and Contests

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Recorded on: Aug. 2, 2018

SPEAKER 1: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Melissa Steinman. MELISSA STEINMAN: Hi there. It's a pleasure to speak with you all today. My name is Melissa Steinman. I'm a partner at the Venable law firm in Washington, DC. We're a US based law firm. And so, my job today is both to introduce you a little bit to the laws on sweepstakes and contests here in the US but also as the introductory panelist/moderator to talk a little bit ...

Basic Principles of Transactional Writing                                        

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Recorded on: Aug. 2, 2018

JEFFREY A. SIMES: So with that said-- you know, Kevin, I view you as a very smart, thoughtful, careful contract drafter. KEVIN SHERIDAN: You're making me blush. JEFFREY A. SIMES: I mean that's bull-- that's not after hours. I don't know what you do after hours. But during the day, you seem like you're a pretty careful guy. You've drafted contracts that have gotten you into trouble, right? KEVIN SHERIDAN: I have. JEFFREY A. SIMES: How often does ...

Avoiding Ethical Issues While Serving on a Nonprofit Board

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Recorded on: Aug. 1, 2018

[MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER: [INAUDIBLE] OK. DAVID G. SAMUELS: I was told I was getting too close to the mic, so I won't [INAUDIBLE]. SPEAKER: OK. So we are in the homestretch now. Before we resume, just a reminder to please don't forget to sign out on the iPads when you leave the program. This program is scheduled to conclude at 12 o'clock today. And we just also would like to remind you to please take a moment to fill out the evaluation questionnaires. Finally, ...

Featured Speaker Presentation: IoT Industry Overview

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Recorded on: Jul. 31, 2018

ALEXA: Here is some PLI info. Speaking of entertaining, the financial statements game is an immersive, serious game from PLI's interactive learning center. It trains lawyers to understand, read and interpret financial statements and to apply their findings in the decision making process. Working in the self-paced simulation will help eliminate uncertainty and lack of confidence associated with working with financial statements. LEONARD T. NUARA: ...

IoT for Smart Cities

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Recorded on: Jul. 31, 2018

LEONARD NUARA: Alexa, open, introduce Kipp. ALEXA: Sorry, I'm not sure. LEONARD NUARA: I'll try it again. Alexa, open Introduce Kip. ALEXA: I am delighted to introduce Kipper Tew of Ice Miller, who will be discussing IoT for smart cities. Kipper Tew, known as Kip, concentrates his practice on public affairs and municipal law, including smart cities in IoT, gaming, alcohol, utilities, and campaign finance. Kip has also been actively involved in ...

What Lawyers Need to Know When They Enter a Negotiation or Mediation

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Recorded on: Jul. 31, 2018

MARTHA J MULLEN: Our next topic is what lawyers need to know when they enter a negotiation or a mediation. And we have a speaker today who has 19 years experience. His name is Dan Weitz. And he is the director of professional and mediation services and alternative dispute resolution for the state of New York. His teaching materials begin at page 117 and he has a slide presentation for the different topics. And this is chapter four of the program. ...

Regulated Industries and IoT: You Can’t Do That, Ever, or at Least Not Yet

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Recorded on: Jul. 31, 2018

LEONARD T. NUARA: OK, so our next segment is on regulated industries. And actually, the little tagline is you can't ever do that, at least not yet. The idea here is that regulated industries present significant hurdles to those building IoT devices. And for that, we have Dr. Wolff from SaaS. And unfortunately, Bill Tannenbaum, my good friend, called us this morning. He cannot make it. He's got a family emergency and I wish him well with that. But ...

Fifth Amendment Takings and Due Process

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Recorded on: Jul. 31, 2018

MARTHA MULLEN: Our next program is Fifth Amendment takings and the Due Process Clause. Some of you may say, why does the outline say the Fifth Amendment? Well, in the District of Columbia, because we're not a state, the due process rights come from the Fifth Amendment. That's where you get your due process protections, unlike in states where you get your due process protections from the 14th Amendment. And we have two really fine speakers to present ...

Administrative Proceedings for Public Employee Discipline

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Recorded on: Jul. 31, 2018

KEVIN CASEY: Thank you very much, June. It's a beautiful day here in New York. Ideal CLE conditions. Sun shining. So let's start off. I'm going to give you a little bit of background of the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings, just to give you a sense of where we're going. Basically, it was a good government initiative established nearly 40 years ago by Mayor Koch. And it's grown over the decades. The three sort of core principles that the ...

Ethics for Municipal Lawyers

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Recorded on: Jul. 31, 2018

JUNE A WITTERSCHEIN: So on that note, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you all for the last presentation of the afternoon, and even more pleasure to briefly introduce our colleague, Karen Griffin, who is back by popular demand once again this year, and whose goal it is to make sure that we are all the most ethical municipal lawyers by the time we walk out of the room. Very briefly, Karen is the Professional Responsibility and Ethics Council ...

IoT: Technology Protocols & Standards: Proprietary versus Open

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Recorded on: Jul. 31, 2018

ALEXA: Let me introduce Hana, who is stepping in for Heather Meeker who cannot join us today. Hana will speak with Gerry Hayes on technology protocols and standards, proprietary versus open. Hana Oh, PhD, is an MIT trained attorney in [INAUDIBLE] Newport Beach office. And a member of the intellectual property and technology practice group. She is fluent in Korean. Hana has been involved in all phases of litigation and discovery. From pleadings, to ...

Supreme Court Update for Municipal Lawyers

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Recorded on: Jul. 31, 2018

Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome back to the 18th Municipal Law Institute, our annual program. The next program-- I mean, the next segment that you're going to hear is a Supreme Court update, and it's always a fascinating topic because those cases affect all of us in a very special way as municipal lawyers. Laura-- I mean, Loren AliKhan is the Solicitor General for the District of Columbia, and she oversees the District's appeals in the DC Court ...

Representing the Legal Services Client: Electronic Evidence in the New York State Courts and Mock Trial

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Recorded on: Jul. 30, 2018

SPEAKER 1: All right. Thank you all for coming back. Although, for those who are actually here in the room, apparently it's like a torrential downpour outside. So no matter how bad my jokes are, just think it's better in here. OK. So we're going to transition a little bit, and we're going to talk about evidence issues. And then, as I said earlier, what we're going to do is we're basically going to take a mock trial example where we're going to ask ...

Representing the Legal Services Client: Ethical Issues in Electronic Evidence Under the New York Rules

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Recorded on: Jul. 30, 2018

IAN HARRIS: Perfect, so ethical issues-- there's actually a lot of case law and ethical decisions around the country that are starting to pop up. The ABA actually has a great collection, at this point, of technology-related ethical opinions popping up around the country. It's not a full picture of all of the ethical issues, but there are a lot of them. And so I definitely encourage people to do a quick search there. And then there is, of course, standards ...

Immigration and Recent Developments in Asylum Law

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Recorded on: Jul. 30, 2018

THOMAS W. VANASSE: Good morning, everybody. Just to note, too, I also was an asylum officer at the beginning of my career for six years at the New York asylum office, back in '94 to 2000, I just want a quick show of hands, how many people have actually represented asylum applicants in immigration court? All right, so about half. So the presentation today, it's going to start-- my piece of it is basically the basics of immigration law. And it's going ...

Representing the Legal Services Client: Ongoing and Emerging Technologies Utilized by Litigants

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Recorded on: Jul. 30, 2018

IAN HARRIS: I want to start here, because I always do. And some of you may have heard this, but I think it's really important-- about why I'm talking about this today. And why we're working on this issue. So I had a case a few years back. And in that case I had been actually working on the intersection of technology and domestic violence for a number of years at that point. I was in New York, here in one of the-- in New York City in a domestic violence ...

Opening Remarks

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Recorded on: Jul. 30, 2018

JANET SIEGEL: And now it's my pleasure to introduce to you the faculty for this afternoon's program. To your right-- to my far left-- is Isabel Heini. Isabel is a senior staff attorney in the Family and Immigration Unit of Bronx Legal Services. Her areas of practice focus on serving survivors of intimate partner violence and include family law matters such as orders of protection and custody and visitation proceedings and immigration matters such ...

The Evolving Landscape for the Immigration Practitioner

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Recorded on: Jul. 30, 2018

VICTORIA NEILSON: OK, great. Thank you, I guess, maybe we should just run down the line and give our intros, and then we'll go in. So I'm Vickie Neilson. I'm a senior attorney with Catholic Legal Immigration Network. I have previously worked at Immigrant Justice Corps and Immigration Equality. I'm also the Chair of the New York City Bar Association's immigration committee. CYRUS MEHTA: I'm Cyrus Mehta, and I'm the managing partner of Cyrus D. Mehta ...

Ethical Issues and Immigration Law

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Recorded on: Jul. 30, 2018

PARISA KARAAHMET: In the interest of time to on track-- Hello? I'm going to welcome our panelists and also thank them for carrying the day. I must say that we do have two panels today, where we had invited immigration judges, and unfortunately they were not able to get approval from DOJ even though they asked for it a long time ago. So we've got Bob and Eve ready to carry this panel. And I have no doubt that they'll do a terrific job. Let me make ...

Cancellation of Removal and Representing the Criminal Defendant in Immigration Removal Proceedings

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Recorded on: Jul. 30, 2018

PARISA KARAAHMET: OK, Hello everyone. Welcome back from lunch. So we're going to get started with the next panel. And this is an interesting day, because the morning seemed long, because it was. The afternoon is actually much shorter. We have two remaining panels, both of which I think are really critical for practitioners to listen into. Cancellation of removal, I think there's not one topic that we've been talking about today that hasn't had or ...

Representing Children in Removal Proceedings and Immigration Relief for Victims of Crime or Abuse

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Recorded on: Jul. 30, 2018

PARISA KARAAHMET: Hi, everyone. OK, welcome to the 11 o'clock panel, and this panel will probably have much more of a discussion and focus, although there are common themes here with respect to representing vulnerable people in particularly vulnerable situations, and asylum seekers certainly are in a vulnerable situation by definition. This panel is going to be focused on specifically the most vulnerable of the vulnerable, which includes children ...


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