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92 minutes
The Future of International Data Transfers After Schrems II
This seminar will explore the impact of the Schrems II decision on transatlantic data transfers, including the status of standard contractual clauses and binding corporate rules as a means of transfer, updates from the US and EU authorities on a possible path forward, and developments in, and consequences for, other jurisdictions. The seminar will help you to identify key issues, and provide practical guidance to formulate compliance and risk assessment strategies.

American Bar Association

$115

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62 minutes
Earnouts in the Era of COVID-19: Best Practices for Designing Earnouts to Avoid Disputes
This seminar brings together the perspectives of veteran M&A attorneys with a dispute management director at SRS Acquiom. Our panelists will examine the components of a well-structured earnout and discuss best practices for designing earnouts to minimize disputes.

This seminar will also include insights from the latest ABA Private Target Deal Points Study regarding earnout provisions in purchase agreements, and recent enforcement trends that SRS Acquiom has seen since the start of the pandemic.

American Bar Association

$75

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77 minutes
Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019
The Small Business Restructuring Act of 2019 is one of the most important pieces of bankruptcy legislation passed since BAPCPA in 2005. This session will offer a deep dive into the practical aspects of the new Subchapter V of the Bankruptcy Code, offering insights into emerging case law, recent adjustments enacted by the CARES Act of 2020, and how to guide clients through a small business case from inception to confirmation.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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72 minutes
Business Bankruptcy Legal Update 2020
This session features a panel discussion of recent developments in commercial cases involving insurance, trademark, WARN Act and marijuana issues.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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100 minutes
Chapter 22s of Oil and Gas Debtors: Why is it Happening and What are they Doing They Didn’t Do the First Time?
Discussion on the recent influx of repeat chapter 11 debtors, factors causing distress in the oil and gas industry, and best practices in chapter 22 cases.

American Bar Association

$115

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94 minutes
M&A Transactions: Employee Benefits Traps for the Unwary
Take a tour of a wide variety of employee benefits topics, including pension and 401k plan due diligence issues, notice and disclosure requirements, PBGC Early Warning Program negotiations, plan design issues, and allocation of responsibilities for COBRA health coverage. Find out about the strategies to follow and the pitfalls to avoid when these issues arise in the M&A context.

American Bar Association

$115

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91 minutes
Temporary Non-Use of Trademarks In The Age of COVID
At times, trademark owners must delay or discontinue use of their trademarks whether domestically or across multiple jurisdictions. This program addresses the legal implications of temporary non-use and how brand owners and their counsel may address them.

American Bar Association

$115

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61 minutes
COVID-19 Impact on Cannabis: Industry Insights and Expectations
Hear from industry insiders and their attorneys on the impact of the Covid Pandemic on the cannabis industry and the associated legal landscape. Our experts will explore the opportunities presented by the anticipated distressed asset market, including options for struggling operators, as well as the newly created barriers to entry (e.g., licensing delays, supply shortages, distribution chain closures).

American Bar Association

$75

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62 minutes
Literary Publishing: Where the Roles of Lawyers and Agents Intersect
Lawyers and agents both play important roles for clients interested in publishing, marketing, selling, or licensing their works. This panel will discuss the role agents and lawyers play in negotiating deals for their clients and the legal limitations of those interactions. It will also discuss the differences between agents and lawyers and their roles in literary publishing, how and where those roles overlap, and the industry norms and regulations that guide and shape them. Additionally, it will discuss how lawyers and agents can work together to best serve their publishing clients.

American Bar Association

$75

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