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A Corporate Counsel Song and Dance: Keeping your Corporation in Tune and Out of Court

Since the advent of the Internet, the use of copyrighted materials by corporations has exploded. Use of music on “hold” buttons, on websites, during holiday parties, and even at DeeJay events celebrating companies’ milestones permeates the corporate culture today. Attorneys counseling corporations - - whether in-house or outside counsel - - are nowadays regularly confronted with challenges from within their own marketing and promotion departments that they had never had to face before - - no...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Scanning Copyright: Surveying the Fundamentals

Just about everything we use, watch, buy or sell, photograph or display, perform or copy is an outgrowth of copyright. But what is copyright and how is it defined, described, protected, exploited, and secured internationally and what are the myths surrounding its use, authorized or not; when does it come into effect, why is it established in the first place, and what are the conditions of its establishment and continued existence? If it is property, how does it differ from concrete objects...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

Drafting Enforceable Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation Clauses: Important Considerations to Know

Restrictive covenants in the form of noncompetition and nonsolicitation agreements are often used by employers . Currently, millions of employees in the United States are under some type of restrictive covenant. Courts, however, strictly construe restrictive covenants in order to ensure that they are reasonable and not restraints upon fair competition. This CLE program will provide best practices to attorneys in the drafting of restrictive covenants. Issues regarding adequate consideration,...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

Effective Corporate Governance and Oversight

Effective corporate governance and oversight is critical for any corporation to mitigate the possibility of governmental prosecutions and enforcement actions, but what exactly does this term mean and what does it require? This presentation will attempt to define the term and describe the critical parts that a board of directors, senior management and other components of an organization play in effecting an effective corporate governance and oversight structure. It will also discuss the element...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

The New York State Sexual Harassment Prevention Laws: Two New Laws for the “Me Too” Era

On April 12, 2018, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a budget bill, which included a broad anti-sexual harassment legislative package. The new state law requires all New York employers to: (1) adopt a Sexual Harassment Prevention policy with very specific requirements by October 9, 2018 and (2) commence annual employee training by January 1, 2019 (later extended to October 9, 2019) The law also (a) prohibits NYS employers from including nondisclosure clauses in sexual harassment settlement...

General Credits
2.5
Price$125

Enforcement Initiatives, Developments and Priorities: 2019-2020 Update

This CLE will highlight some of the changes that Enforcement has recently implemented to its business process. Panelists will also discuss developments and trends in enforcement, including enforcement priorities and the principles that guide Enforcement’s decision-making. Panelists highlight noteworthy decisions and settlements that illustrate FINRA priorities, and provide guidance on regulatory and compliance practices. Panelists will also provide information and insight on navigating enfo...

General Credits
1
Price$50

FINRA’s Suitability Rule and SEC’s Proposed Regulation Best Interest

This CLE program will focus on the key issues regarding FINRA’s suitability Rule 2111 and the SEC’s Proposed Regulation Best Interest Rule, including a review of their differences. Panelists provide practical advice on how firms and registered representatives can better understand customers and securities in order to comply with FINRA’s suitability obligations and prepare for the SEC’s proposed Regulation Best Interest Rule.

General Credits
1
Price$50

Emerging FinTech Trends: 2019-2020 Update

Join FINRA staff and industry representatives as they discuss how recent developments in financial technology (FinTech) are disrupting the securities industry. Topics include RegTech (regulatory technology), artificial intelligence, identity authentication tools, big data/cloud computing and other advances in FinTech. Upon completion of this CLE, you will be able to: Discuss the main areas of FinTech that are driving industry change. Represent efficient practices around reacting to the...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Outside Business Activities and Private Securities Transactions: 2019-2020 Update

Outside business activities (OBAs) and private securities transactions (PSTs) are regulatory and examination priorities, as they can both result in conflicts of interest that firms must understand and, as necessary, mitigate. Join industry practitioners and FINRA staff, in this advanced session, as they cover conflicts arising from OBAs and PSTs, and keys to handling them and complying with regulatory requirements, including situation involving dually registered advisors. Panelists also discus...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Business Divorces: What to Know and Do When a Partnership Ends

In a business divorce, one or more owners of a privately held business determine to legally separate their interests through a buy-out or dissolution of the existing business. In this CLE lecture, attorney Michael Firestone will discuss the processes, strategic considerations and key legal concepts involved in representing a client going through a business divorce, as well as litigation tactics which business owners can use to advance their positions.

General Credits
1
Price$50
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