Wednesday, February 20, 2019

February 21: The Path to Lawyer Well Being & Conscious Inclusion

This program - The Path to Lawyer Well Being & Conscious Inclusion - comes in two parts.
Program #1: The Path to Lawyer Well Being
Too many in our profession are too exhausted, too impaired or too disengaged to develop into their best selves. Many find themselves in a profession drained of civility and compassion and plagued by chronic stress, poor self-care, and high rates of depression and alcohol problems.
The result is that the legal profession may not be living up to its full potential as an institution in which attorneys can thrive, best serve their clients and contribute to a better society. Further, recent research demonstrates that lawyers are far more likely to suffer from substance use and mental health disorders compared to other professions and the public as a whole. What can we do and how do we create a movement of change towards improving the health and well-being of the legal profession?
This program discusses practical steps that can be taken by lawyers, law firms, bar associations, judges, legal educators and regulatory counsel to shift the legal culture from one that can be self-destructive to one that focuses on the well-being that is expected by all those who look to the legal system for justice. In addition, participants also will learn ways to foster healthy lifestyles within their practice settings as well as how to implement some stress-reduction techniques at home and in the workplace in examining best practices for promoting healthy lives in the legal profession.
Program #2: Conscious Inclusion
Implicit bias occurs in every aspect of the law – from the courtroom to the law firm to legal non-profit organizations. It is a daily challenge to consciously include those who deserve to be part of the picture. The Illinois Supreme Court IPI Civil Jury Committee promulgated a new instruction for civil jury trials in Illinois on implicit bias in May 2018, recognizing that we “all have feelings, assumptions, perceptions, fears, and stereotypes about others. Some biases we are aware of and others we might not be fully aware of, which is why they are called implicit biases or ‘unconscious biases.’” Additionally, it warns that “our biases” often affect how we act, favorably or unfavorably, toward someone. Bias can affect our thoughts, how we remember, what we see and hear, whom we believe or disbelieve, and how we make important decisions. Illinois is the seventh state to require MCLE on the elimination of bias. The terms surrounding this issue hold no universal definition, and our panel of various experts in this field will discuss what these issues mean in the context of various institutions, interest groups and legal entities.
Our speakers will discuss a “how-to” in these various areas and how diversity can be meaningful. It is the moral thing to do. It’s the right thing to do. And it’s even good for business. The first step, though, is understanding implicit bias and recognizing when it may be permeating your decisions. Hypotheticals will be discussed as well as ways to reduce implicit bias and how diversity and inclusion can become part of one’s everyday life in this one-hour interactive, lively discussion.
Title:
The Path to Lawyer Well Being & Conscious Inclusion
When/Where:
February 21, 2019
2:30-4:30 p.m. CST
Webcast - Register Now!
Speakers:
  • Moderated by: Robert A. Clifford - Founder and Senior Partner, Clifford Law Offices, Moderator 
  • Robin Belleau - Executive Director, Lawyers' Assistance Program (LAP)
  • James Faught - Associate Dean, Loyola University School of Law, and Chicago Bar Association, Future of the Profession Chair, Law Student and New Lawyer Committee, LAP Board Member
  • Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. - Cook County Circuit Court, Presiding Judge, Municipal Division, and Chair, Illinois State Bar Association Special Committee on Health and Wellness
  • Tracy L. Kepler - Director, Center for Professional Responsibility, American Bar Association
  • Karen Munoz - Lawyer, Certified Yoga Instructor, LAP Illinois Task Force on Well Being and CBA Member of Mindfulness & the Law Committee
  • Hon. Thomas More Donnelly - Cook County Circuit Court, and Chair, Illinois Judicial College Board of Trustees, the Illinois Supreme Court’s educational arm
  • Cunyon Gordon - Senior Counsel and Director, Settlement Assistance Program, Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights
  • Josie M. Gough - Assistant Dean for Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity at Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law
  • Allison Wood - Principal of Legal Ethics Consulting, P.C., Former Hearing Board Chair and former Litigation Counsel with the ARDC
By:
Clifford Law Offices
Credit:
  • Illinois: This two-hour program has been approved for two hours of professional responsibility credit: specifically, one hour of Mental Health/Substance Abuse and one hour of Diversity/Inclusion.
  • Other Jurisdictions: You may check with your credit-granting authority to see how to apply for credits.

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

February 20: New Developments in Patent-Eligibility with a Focus on the Abstract Idea Exception

Since the Supreme Court’s Alice v. CLS Bank decision, the patent-eligibility of computer-implemented and business method inventions has become difficult to ascertain. While there remains no simple way to characterize what is needed for an invention to pass this hurdle, a number of strategies are available that can increase the likelihood of a favorable outcome for patentees in the USPTO and in court.
This presentation will provide an up-to-date overview of recent 35 U.S.C. Section 101 happenings, with topics including:
  • An overview of the important Section 101 case law from 2018, including the impact of Berkheimer v. HP
  • How to rebut specific types of Section 101 invalidity contentions
  • A discussion of claim drafting to survive Section 101 scrutiny, focusing on machine learning as an example
  • How recent initiatives by Director Andrei Iancu might or might not change how the USPTO views Section 101, including the USPTO’s January update to its patent-eligibility examination guidelines.
Title:
New Developments in Patent-Eligibility with a Focus on the Abstract Idea Exception
Live MBHB Webinar
When/Where:
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
10:00-11:15 a.m. CT
Speaker:
MBHB partner Michael Borella, Ph.D.
Cost:
While there is no fee to participate, all attendees must register in advance and, in order to receive MCLE credit, must participate online and individually. Register online here
Credit:
MCLE credit is pending for the states of California, Illinois, New Jersey,* New York,* North Carolina and Virginia (*via reciprocity).
By:
McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP is committed to educating clients and friends of the firm with respect to significant developments and trends in the areas of intellectual property law.

Register online here:
www.mbhb.com/events/

Sunday, February 17, 2019

February 11, 19+25: Drinking from a Fire Hydrant: Basic Legal Research in the Age of Technology



Technological advancement has enabled humanity to retain and process seemingly endless amounts of information. Nowhere is that more true than in the American legal system. Making sense of the water pouring from that particular fire hydrant is the focus of this course on the fundamentals of basic legal research in the age of electronic legal research.
During our session we will cover:
  • Model Rules & Technology
  • Competency as an Attorney
  • Using Citations, Party Names & Source Selection
  • Refining Your Search
  • Sections of a Case
  • Topic Summary Reports
  • Citation Services
  • Research History.
Title:
Drinking from a Fire Hydrant: Basic Legal Research in the Age of Technology
When/Where:
Webcast
Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis

Saturday, February 16, 2019

February 20/Seattle: Law, Land and Global Poverty

Come learn about one of the most effective and transformative tools in addressing the root causes of global poverty.
Join Landesa CEO Chris Jochnick and a rotating panel of international law and development experts for an inspiring, informative, and engaging discussion on the role law and land play in empowering millions of families around the world.
Title:
Landesa Lunch + Learn: Law, Land and Global Poverty
When/Where:
Global Washington
Westlake Tower
1601 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1900
Seattle, WA 98101
Wednesday, February 20 12pm - 1pm
Women's Land Rights: A Transformational Tool for Agency and Empowerment
Panelists: Chris Jochnick, Beth Roberts, Laura Eshbach, and Karina Kloos
Lunch will be provided and available beginning at 11:30am.
Program will begin promptly at 12pm.
By:
Landesa is an international development non-profit organization championing secure land rights for the world's poorest people and promoting social justice. For over 50 years, Landesa has worked to secure land rights for more than 120 million families around the globe. A recipient of the Hilton Humanitarian Prize and the LUI Che Woo Prize for Betterment of the Welfare of Mankind, Landesa was ranked the #11 NGO in the World in 2018 by NGO Advisor. For more information, visit landesa.org
Credit:
1 credit in Washington State (Event #1097035)
Questions? Contact Karen Gray at kareng@landesa.org or 206.257.6114
More Information And Registration

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

February 14: Data Breach: A-Z Guide for Law Firms

During this session, we will cover current data breach laws, trends in the legal industry, insight into client concerns regarding data protection, and a discussion of why data security is so important to law firms.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
  • Understand what constitutes a data breach
  • Understand the current legal framework that regulates data breaches
  • Examine what a law firm can do on behalf of its client to prepare them for a data breach
  • Understand what exposure a law firm faces and what data security matters to a firm.


Title:
Data Breach: A-Z Guide for Law Firms
When/Where:
Webcast
Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

February 7, 13+22: The Modern Campfire: Discovering the Right Stories Using Advanced Legal Research Techniques

Technology has been described as “the campfire around which we tell our stories” and that is especially true in the legal profession. As technology has allowed greater amounts of information to be retained, legal documents are becoming longer and longer and can no longer be ignored. Becoming technologically savvy and staying abreast of advancements is at the very core of the competency of the legal profession. In this course, we will explore the latest technological advancements, strategies for efficiently researching and more.
Title:
The Modern Campfire: Discovering the Right Stories Using Advanced Legal Research Techniques
When/Where:
Webcasts - Register Now!
By:
LexisNexis
Credit:
1 Credit in most jurisdictions
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Saturday, February 9, 2019

March 19: The Evolving Provenance of Obviousness-type Double Patenting

Obviousness-type double patenting ("ODP") is a judicially created doctrine that seeks to prevent patent owners from extending patent protection beyond the statutorily afforded term. This webinar will explore the evolving provenance of obviousness-type double patenting in addressing the following topics:
  • Traditional confines of the doctrine
  • Federal Circuit expansion in Sun Pharma and Gilead
  • Retrenchment in Breckenridge Pharma and Ezra Ventures
  • Future prospects.
Title:
The Evolving Provenance of Obviousness-type Double Patenting
Live MBHB Webinar
When/Where:
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 8:00 am  Pacific Daylight Time (San Francisco, GMT-07:00)
11:00 am Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00) 
Duration:  
1 hour 15 minutes
Speakers:
MBHB partner(s) Kevin Noonan, Ph.D. and Sarah Fendrick, Ph.D.
Cost:
While there is no fee to participate, all attendees must register in advance and, in order to receive MCLE credit, must participate online and individually. Register online here
Credit:
MCLE credit is pending for the states of California, Illinois, New Jersey,* New York,* North Carolina and Virginia (*via reciprocity). For other states, check your credit-granting authority.
By:
McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP is committed to educating clients and friends of the firm with respect to significant developments and trends in the areas of intellectual property law.
More Information:
www.mbhb.com/events/

March 20: Beyond Obergefell: Ongoing Legal Issues Facing the LGBTQ Community

Three years after the landmark ruling for LGBTQ rights in Obergefell v. Hodges, the LGBTQ community still faces many legal issues in family law, estate planning, parenting, federal and state benefits, discrimination against LGBTQ seniors and transgender issues. While these areas have seen a robust public debate, they have produced little legal guidance.
Adoption, parentage actions, parental rights, surrogacy, polyamory, immigration, estate planning, long-term care facilities, religious freedom, employment - the issues facing the LGBTQ community, and the lawyers representing them, are diverse and complicated.
This CLE will endeavor to introduce attendees to the issues and provide some guidance on how to proceed.

Title:
Beyond Obergefell: Ongoing Legal Issues Facing the LGBTQ Community 
Louis C. Greenwood Lecture Series - CWRU Law Downtown at the City Club
When/Where:
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
The City Club of Cleveland
850 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Also Webcast - Register Now!
Speaker:
Joan M. Burda has a solo law practice concentrating in estate planning and LGBTQ issues in Lakewood, Ohio.
She is the author of the award-winning book, Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couples, Third Edition (ABA 2015) as well as Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Clients: A Lawyer’s Guide (ABA 2008) and An Overview of Federal Consumer Law (ABA 1998) -- out of print but a real page turner.
Joan writes about LGBT legal issues, estate planning and other topics for various online and print publications. She is a featured speaker on LGBT legal issues at national and international conferences and workshops.
She is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University School of Law and teaches LGBT Legal Issues and Wills, Trusts and Future Interests. In her spare time, she reviews books for the New York Journal of Books.
Joan is a member of the American Bar Association, the Ohio State Bar Association, the National Lesbian and Gay Bar Association and the American Society of Journalists and Authors.
Joan graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Liberal Studies degree, which means she took what she wanted and skipped all the boring classes. She received her law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law…a school located on a bluff overlooking Malibu--not at all conducive to studying so it’s a good thing the first two years were in a converted warehouse in Anaheim. Speaking of which - during law school, Joan worked as a security officer (aka a “mouseifer”) at Disneyland.
Joan lives in Lakewood, Ohio with her spouse, Betsy.
By:
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Credit:
1 hour of in-person CLE credit, pending approval
Cost:
Free and open to the public.
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March 7: Investing for Social Impact in the 21st Century


This lecture will explore the ways in which nonprofit organizations are investing for social impact today, and how the landscape has evolved over the past 60 years. In the 1960s and 70s, a few wealthy private foundations were making program-related investments in for-profit entities that furthered their charitable purposes.
In the 1980s, organizations began to apply negative screens to root out investments that supported apartheid in South Africa or big tobacco. In the past 20 years, organizations have been actively focusing on innovative program-related investments and other investments that both bring a return on capital and further the social good. More than just avoiding investments that support “bad” causes, nonprofit organizations seek to make investments that provide a positive impact. We will review the history and some current examples.
This lecture will unpack some of the jargon—what is a PRI, MRI, MAI, SRI, ESG, and impact investment? How are they different? This talk will also address the legal context, looking at both the state and federal rules that govern investments by nonprofit organizations.
Title:
Investing for Social Impact in the 21st Century 
When/Where:
Thursday, March 7, 2019
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM 
Moot Courtroom (A59)
11075 East Blvd.
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Also Webcast
Speaker:
Robert A. Wexler is a Principal with the San Francisco law firm of Adler & Colvin, a firm that specializes in the representation of nonprofit organizations and their donors, with an emphasis on tax and corporate matters. His practice focuses on private foundation grant making, program related investments, representing social enterprises, and unrelated business income tax issues, in addition to the full range of other issues affecting public charities and private foundations. He received his undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, from Brown University in 1982. He received his law degree from Columbia University in 1985. Mr. Wexler is a Lecturer in Law at Stanford Law School, where he teaches the Law of Nonprofit Organizations. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Benetech, a 501(c)(3) that uses technology to serve humanity.
Mr. Wexler is a contributing author to CEB’s text Advising California Nonprofit Corporations, and he is a co-author of Tax Management Portfolio 489 on Social Enterprise. His most recently published articles include: “Proposed Regulations Validate Program Related Investments in the 21st Century,” Journal of Taxation (August, 2012) “Using the New Hybrid Legal Forms -- Three Case Studies, Four Important questions & A Bunch of Analysis,” Exempt Organization Tax Review (January, 2012) and “Effective Social Enterprise – a Menu of Legal Structures,” Exempt Organization Tax Review (June, 2009). Mr. Wexler is a member of the American Bar Association, and an active participant of the Tax Section’s Exempt Organization Committee, where he is the immediate past Chair for the Committee. He is also a member of the American Law Institute.
By:
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Credit:
1 hour of in-person CLE credit, pending approval
Cost:
Free and open to the public.
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February 27: Tacking into the Wind: Achieving Justice for Mass Atrocities in Difficult Times


The "third wave" of international justice comes when victims and their advocates, armed with the information developed by UN mechanisms and NGO-led documentation programs, work with litigators and national investigation and prosecution authorities in third countries to use the legal tools developed at international and domestic courts to prosecute perpetrators of atrocity crimes over which the third countries have recognized bases for jurisdiction.
This lecture examines how the “third wave” serves as a mechanism to sail into the global headwinds that are currently pushing against international justice and human rights.
Title:
Tacking into the Wind: Achieving Justice for Mass Atrocities in Difficult Times
When/Where:
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM 
Moot Courtroom (A59)
11075 East Blvd.
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Also Webcast - Register Now!
Speaker:
Stephen Rapp is a Distinguished Fellow at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Center for Prevention of Genocide. He also serves as Chair of the Commission for International Justice & Accountability (CIJA) that has collected and analyzed more than 750,000 pages of documentation from Syria and Iraq.
From 2009 to 2015, he was Ambassador-at-Large heading the Office of Global Criminal Justice in the US State Department. In that position he coordinated US Government support to international criminal tribunals, including the International Criminal Court, as well as to hybrid and national courts responsible for prosecuting persons charged with genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.
Rapp was Prosecutor of the Special Court for Sierra Leone from 2007 to 2009 where he led the prosecution of former Liberian President Charles Taylor. From 2001 to 2007, he served as Senior Trial Attorney and Chief of Prosecutions at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, where he headed the trial team that achieved the first convictions in history of leaders of the mass media for the crime of direct and public incitement to commit genocide. Before becoming an international prosecutor, he was the United States Attorney for the N. District of Iowa from 1993 to 2001.
By:
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Credit:
1 hour of in-person CLE credit, pending approval
Cost:
Free and open to the public.
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Wednesday, February 6, 2019

February 7: How to Conduct Harassment and Bullying Investigations


On February 7, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. (ET), The TASA Group, in conjunction with education and workplace harassment expert Dr. Susan Strauss, will present a free two hour interactive webinar presentation, How to Conduct Harassment and Bullying Investigations, for all legal professionals. During this presentation, Susan will discuss:
  • Determine if investigation is necessary
  • Identify components of investigation
  • Conduct steps of investigation
  • Interview accuser, accused & witness
  • Differentiate between formal and informal investigative procedure
  • Reach conclusions following investigation
  • Write formal report.
Title:
How to Conduct Harassment and Bullying Investigations
When/Where:
February 7, 2019
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Webcast - Register Now!
Speaker:
Susan Strauss RN Ed.D. is a national and international speaker, trainer and consultant. Her specialty areas include education and workplace harassment, discrimination and bullying; organization development, and management/leadership development. Susan conducts bullying and harassment investigations, works as an expert witness for education and workplace harassment and bullying lawsuits, and coaches those managers and employees that need assistance in stopping their harassing or bullying behavior.
By:
The TASA Group, Inc.
Credit:
  • This webinar is approved for CLE credit in AL, CA, CO, DE, FL, IL, KS, KY, MN, MO, NJ, OH, PA, TN, TX, and WI.
  • Many states allow attorneys to self-apply for credit: see State Rules
Cost:
Free.

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Monday, February 4, 2019

February 5+21: Marijuana in the Workplace: An Update and a Look Forward

Twenty three states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana in some form and a few more have decriminalized it. Four of these states and DC have legalized marijuana for recreational use as well as medical use. However, marijuana remains illegal under federal law and employers, regardless of whether or not marijuana is legal, likely will not want their employees using it at work.

During this program we will provide an overview of current marijuana laws, trends in the medical industry, and insight into how changing times will likely impact our current, drug-free workplaces.
  • Understanding the history of marijuana use
  • Understanding the current legal framework surrounding marijuana and its potential volatility
  • Examining the judicial trends of wrongful termination claims related to legalized marijuana usage
  • Understanding current medical research and what may lie ahead
  • Exploring the Complications of Determining Impairment
  • Developing best practices for employers in this ever changing environment.
Title:
Marijuana in the Workplace: An Update and a Look Forward
When/Where:
Webcast - Register Now!
Speaker:
Jared Millisor
Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis

March 7: The Modern Campfire: Discovering the Right Stories Using Advanced Legal Research Techniques

Technology has been described as “the campfire around which we tell our stories” and that is especially true in the legal profession. As technology has allowed greater amounts of information to be retained, legal documents are becoming longer and longer and can no longer be ignored. Becoming technologically savvy and staying abreast of advancements is at the very core of the competency of the legal profession. In this course, we will explore the latest technological advancements, strategies for efficiently researching and more.
Title:
The Modern Campfire: Discovering the Right Stories Using Advanced Legal Research Techniques
When/Where:
Webcasts - Register Now!
By:
LexisNexis
Credit:
1 Credit in most jurisdictions
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March 1+6: Data Breach: A-Z Guide for Law Firms

During this session, we will cover current data breach laws, trends in the legal industry, insight into client concerns regarding data protection, and a discussion of why data security is so important to law firms.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
  • Understand what constitutes a data breach
  • Understand the current legal framework that regulates data breaches
  • Examine what a law firm can do on behalf of its client to prepare them for a data breach
  • Understand what exposure a law firm faces and what data security matters to a firm.


Title:
Data Breach: A-Z Guide for Law Firms
When/Where:
Webcast
Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis

February 15, 20, 26: Answering the Call: Overcoming Substance Abuse in the Legal Profession


In this course, you will examine the characteristics of the legal profession that make attorneys so much more susceptible to substance abuse as well as review the wildly disproportionate disciplinary records.
During our session we will cover:
  • Substance Abuse Prevalence in Legal Profession
  • Consequences of Substance Abuse in the Legal Profession
  • A Personal Story of Addiction
  • Signs of Substance Abuse and Strategies Uses to Hide Addiction Problems in the Legal Profession
  • Answering the Call for Help
  • Successful Treatment Programs
  • Changing the Culture from Within the Legal Profession
  • The Model Rules of Professional Conduct.
Title:
Answering the Call: Overcoming Substance Abuse in the Legal Profession
When/Where:
Webcast
Speaker:
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Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis

February 6+27: Something's Brewing! Guiding Clients Through the Process of Starting a Craft Brewery

There has been an explosion in the Craft Beer Industry over the past decade driven by home grown entrepreneurs generating local community interest along with economic development. This market boom has resulted in the formation of niche practice groups within law firms developed to provide careful guidance to these craft brewery starts ups. Advice navigating the statutory, regulatory and intellectual property frameworks unique to this industry is important in increasing the success and stability of craft breweries. This course is designed to provide increased insight and understanding for the legal practitioner toward successfully clients in establishing a sustainable presence in the craft beer market.
After completing this course, you will gain:
  • A basic understanding of the growth of the craft beer market and the general traits of a craft brewery
  • An understanding of the traditional regulatory scheme that governs the alcohol industry and new statutory and regulatory approaches that are being proposed to accommodate the positive impact of the growing craft beer market
  • Insight into the unique intellectual property issues stemming from the entrepreneurship and camaraderie that characterize this industry and suggested approaches on how best to enforce the intellectual property rights
Title:
Something's Brewing! Guiding Clients Through the Process of Starting a Craft Brewery
When/Where:
Webcast - Register Now!
Speaker:
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Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis

Sunday, February 3, 2019

February 4: Skeletons in the Closet - The Importance of Due Diligence

Failure to conduct proper due diligence can mean billions in unwanted costs to your organization or your client. Due diligence can be a legal obligation, but the term more commonly applies to voluntary investigations designed to uncover hidden bad acts. It is imperative that attorneys understand and appreciate the potential risks presented by third parties. Effective due diligence investigations contribute to informed decision making by enhancing the amount and quality of information available to decision makers and by ensuring that this information is systematically used to make the best choices based on cost, benefit, and risk.
In this CLE, learn about the purpose, legal requirements and recent developments for due diligence. Hear about organizational strategies to strengthen due diligence efforts and mitigate financial or operational risk. Attorneys from any size organization and any practice area will benefit.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
  • Learn about the importance of understanding third parties for effective decision making
  • Understand key concepts and components critical to successfully conducting due diligence
  • Review specific laws that require due diligence
  • Discuss the legal penalties and financial risks when due diligence fails
  • Get tips on organizing an effective due diligence process


Title:
Skeletons in the Closet - The Importance of Due Diligence
When/Where:
February 4, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST
Webcast - Register Now!
Speaker:
Cassie Quinn
Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis
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