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93 minutes
The ADA and Website Accessibility Post-Domino’s: Detangling Employers’ and Business Owners’ Web and Mobile Accessibility Obligations
Join our expert panelists as they discuss The ADA website accessibility legal framework. Overview of the circuit split re. ADA website accessibility caselaw, and issues in ADA website accessibility

American Bar Association

$115

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93 minutes
CARES Act and Partnerships: Navigating Time-Sensitive Issues and Refund Opportunities
This panel will offer an overview of the tax provisions of the CARES Act affecting partnerships and their partners.

American Bar Association

$115

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72 minutes
Transactional Practice Boot Camp: Part 1 - Zero to Hero: What You Need to Know During Your First Years as a Transactional Attorney
This program is for 0-3 year attorneys who have never experienced transactional law (and maybe even never worked in a law office) to rethink the "litigation-first" perspective that gets ingrained during law school. For a large number of law students interested in working with business transactions, as in-house counsel, in IP prosecution, licensing, etc., we want to provide guidance for what you should be thinking about on your first day of an internship, your first day at a job, or your first day running your own firm. These are tips to distinguish yourself on your first day even if you don't have any direct transactional experience.

New Media Rights

$95

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85 minutes
Health Care in the Shadow of COVID-19: What Will the "New Normal" Look Like?
Join experts in the health care insolvency field as they discuss a host of issues looming for the industry due to the fallout from the ongoing pandemic, factoring in the current landscape for providers, Polsinelli's Distressed Health Care Index, and the sectors that have been most affected thus far and in what ways.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$115

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86 minutes
COVID-19 Relief Funding & Reopening America: What's Really Happening in Congress
Please join a distinguished panel who will share their thoughts on how best to safely and gradually re-open business across America.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$115

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87 minutes
Update Your Chapter 12 Skills
Given the huge increase in filings lately and the increase in the debt limit after the passage of the Family Farmer Relief Act, the webinar would like to provide more information to consumer and small business lawyers who might be interested in expanding into Chapter 12 practice.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$115

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76 minutes
Understanding the Nuts and Bolts of the “New” Subchapter V Small Business Chapter 11
The panel will explore the new requirements for filing and confirming a small business case under the new Subchapter V of Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, which became effective on February 19, 2020, and will address the potential issues you and your clients are likely to confront in seeking to successfully effectuate a reorganization thereunder.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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83 minutes
Litigation Finance: Lessons from the Last Financial Crisis for the COVID-19 Downturn
Hear from leading bankruptcy practitioners on how they used litigation finance, the benefits and potential concerns in litigation and litigation trusts arising from the Great Recession and how litigation finance can be a tool as we confront the economic fall-out from the COVID-19 pandemic.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$115

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71 minutes
Preference Update - SBRA Due Diligence Requirement
The panel will discuss the Small Business Reorganization Act’s requirement that a trustee (or debtor-in-possession) take into account a defendant’s defenses before bringing an action. This amendment, which is applicable in all cases, requires the plaintiff to engage in reasonable due diligence regarding a defendant’s affirmative defenses before initiating a preference action. The panel will discuss different approaches to satisfy the new requirement.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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