Benefits of Sponsorhip

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Benefits of Sponsorhip

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We proudly offer ground breaking courses in virtually every practice area. Well renowned attorneys and non-legal professionals from premier firms and corporations, high level staff from regulatory agencies and well known academics make up our faculties at our 150 annual programs. Attendance varies from 50 to 125 and covers more than 20 practice areas.

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Institutes

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Institutes

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2nd Annual Institute on
Not-for-Profit Law

THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2014 | 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.

This full-day program will provide a comprehensive overview of nonprofit law, with a focus on key developments in the area. Topics to be discussed include issues such as:

• Compensation
• Political & Legislative Activities Limitations,
• Charitable Solicitations,
• Accounting Issues,
• IRS Updates,
• The Attorney General’s Regulatory Authority,
• Updates on the Attorney General’s Reform Bill, including focus on interested party rules, government contracting for nonprofits and ethics issues.
Panelists will include regulators, attorneys, accountants and academics. This program will be of interest to in-house counsel for nonprofit organizations and those who advise them, as well as executives at nonprofits.

False Claims Act Institute

TUESDAY, MAY 13, 2014 | 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M

Why Attend?
If your practice involves one of the many areas that are affected by the False Claims Act (FCA), you must stay current on the latest developments in this ever-evolving field. This Institute has been specially crafted to give the practitioner who is new to FCA cases the relevant background, while giving the seasoned FCA practitioner the most up-to-date information on various complex and emerging issues. This Institute has also been organized to afford registrants and faculty ample networking opportunities.
Register today so you can better understand, and gain new insights into, one of our country’s fastest growing litigation areas!

What You Will Learn

This year’s conference features a variety of topics, including:
• Parallel civil and criminal proceedings
• Damage theories
• Ethical concerns when advancing a case
• Emerging issues in healthcare and financial FCA matters
• Multijurisdictional practice
Time is reserved throughout the program to address registrants’ questions.



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3rd Annual
White Collar Crime Institute

Monday, May 19, 2014 | 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The White Collar Criminal Law Committee has assembled a comprehensive full-day program that will explore:

• Opportunities for Advocacy in White Collar Practice
• Cross-Border Investigations Involving Multiple Agencies
• Supreme Court & Second Circuit Round-up
• Lessons From Recent Trials
• Compliance/Remediation
• SEC’s Whistleblower Program

The keynote speakers will be Chairwoman of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission Mary Jo White and FBI Director James Comey. Our panels will include senior government enforcement officials, judges, academics, general counsel of leading New York-based corporations and financial institutions, and top practitioners in the field. Plenary sessions will focus on the opportunities for advocacy in white collar practice, and what lessons can be gleaned from recent high profile trials.

4th Annual
CFO/CIO/COO Conference

Wednesday, June 4, 2014 | 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

This year's program transports attendees 10 years into the future to glimpse a legal service industry defined by competition and emboldened forms of populist technology. Fear of the future-from renegade partnerships to new competitors or escalating client expectations- will be addressed by a faculty of current (and future) leaders in this provocative and groundbreaking program.
Topics of Discussion

• Technology, Client Service and the New Competitors in 2024
• Stormy Weather: The Law Firm Rainmaker Redefined
• Investment Strategies in Research & Development
• Infrastructure, Real Estate and Work Place Designs of the Future
• White Out, Snowed In: Information Management Architectures Beyond the Cloud
• Envisioning the Client of the Future



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2nd Annual
Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Institute:
Managing the Rapidly
Evolving Legal Landscape

Wednesday, November 5, 2014 | 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Privacy and data security issues are no longer just key concerns for companies and individuals. These issues are now among the most discussed, debated and evolving areas of our society. From individuals to corporate executives to world leaders, privacy is a critical issue. Every business needs to elevate privacy and data security issues to the highest levels, stay abreast of the ever-changing legal landscape and continually analyze and modify their internal and external information practices. This program will examine the latest issues facing corporate America and how businesses should address the risks and rewards in our information and digital society.