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58 minutes
Finance 101 for In-House Counsel
For any global organization, the integration of legal and finance departments is critical. While the CFO analyzes financial reports and the GC tends to address business and compliance issues - your ability to understand accounting and finance will better equip you to handle the business matters beyond compliance. The session will review the basics of corporate finance. You’ll also hear from in-house legal counsel how they interact with their accounting and finance team.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

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74 minutes
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Accounting Basics for Bankruptcy Professionals
This panel will discuss some accounting basics in terms of what trustees and creditors can learn about the debtor early in a case from various financial documents, information gleaned from tax returns beyond just refunds pending, when and why valuations are needed and the methods and assumptions to consider, and the use of cash collateral budgets and projections.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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71 minutes
The Critical Role of Financial Advisors in Unwinding Ponzi Schemes
This panel focuses on the role of financial professionals in Ponzi scheme bankruptcies, including the initial investigation, establishing the existence of a Ponzi scheme, determining who the “winners” and “losers” are, seeking additional recoveries (including chapter 5 actions and other litigation), making distributions and negotiating settlements.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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92 minutes
Defense Against the Dark Arts: Finding Hidden Assets and Income
Join our distinguished panel to learn common methods used to conceal income and assets, the process of tracing the money, and the databases and public record available to investigators.

American Bar Association

$115

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61 minutes
FinTech Law & Regulation: Exploring the Potential for Blockchain to Remake Business
Attend this session to get a just-in- depth-enough briefing on the underlying technology, pursuant regulatory issues, and realistic implementation pathways.

Legalweek

$65

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59 minutes
Navigating and Surviving an IRS or DOL Audit of Your Benefit Plans
Learn the top Employee Benefit issues targeted by the IRS and DOL on audit. We will explain which issues are considered high priority for the regulators, and how to avoid their scrutiny. We will also address how to respond to the IRS and DOL upon examination, and how best to protect your client – and your job.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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60 minutes
Damages - Early Case Assessment
Measuring economic damages requires different approaches depending on the facts and circumstances of each case. Identifying the proper approach in the early stages of case assessment is critical to developing effective case strategy. The panel of experts will provide insight on economic damages and ways to assess the case to determine lost profits/value.

New York Law Journal

$65

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57 minutes
Early Case Evaluation from the Perspective of the Forensic Accountant
Prior to commencing litigation, counsel should consider the potential amounts at stake for their clients as it relates to economic damages and the costs of litigation. Thus, forensic accountants can be an invaluable resource to assist counsel.

New York Law Journal

$65

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