This program, in particular, provides a wrap-up and closure to the series. Since it reiterates and reinforces the concepts from the other parts of the series, it serves both (1) a great capstone for those who have seen the first parts as well as (2) a useful entry point for those who have not watched them.
In this session, GCs will discuss the impacts of rules enacted by the CFPB with regards to consumer transparency and fraud protection, and what they mean for their organizations. Panelists will share procedures for streamlining procedures to adapt to CFPB regulations, and strategies for compliance moving forward.
In this session, you will learn how GDPR, as well as certain state-mandated data protection regulations, directly affect your business. We will also address the importance of demonstrating on-going compliance on a global and local scale, and how privacy management software and automation can support key related initiatives.
This session will discuss how GCs are balancing the needs of the CEO and the Board to advise on strategic business initiatives that CEOs seek, while also managing complicated issues in the Boardroom, like crisis management and orchestrating mergers and buyouts, and protecting the Board’s decision-making processes to serve their fiduciary responsibility.
In this panel discussion, learn what risk scoring means, how to get started, how it will help your business improve its financial performance and health, and best practices for designing and developing a method of your own.
The demand for economic damages analysis and valuation for litigation, arbitration, and mediation is ever growing. Elements of IP and intangible assets affect disputes in nearly every area of law, from real estate to complex software transactions. Join ABA author Weston Anson as he discusses how to best use experts, when to hire them, how to find good ones, and how to test whether they have adequate knowledge.