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    Practicing Law Institute


    PLI Studio Briefings
    are on-demand, CLE-accredited roundtable conversations featuring legal and industry experts.

    Recorded via videoconference, our latest Briefings cover some of today's leading topics. In Crisis Management Lessons: The Interchange Between Lawyers and Communications Professionals, panelists examine the diverse legal and public relations priorities at an organization facing a crisis. June's other featured release,The U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA)-NAFTA 2.0 – What Every In‑House Counsel and General Practitioner Needs to Know, takes a deep look at NAFTA. Our speakers, including counsel from the Mexican Embassy, share their crucial insights.


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    PLI
    The Internet of Things: Privacy and Cybersecurity Implications

    Connected devices are multiplying rapidly. These devices are found in homes, offices, and vehicles and allow “remote control” over others. A failure of any device, either to conform with privacy laws or to meet security standards, can have severe consequences for companies that use them, as well as for consumers, manufacturers, and service providers.

    Please join Patrick J. Burke of Phillips Nizer LLP and Ronald J. Hedges of Dentons US LLP as they discuss legal issues:
    • The privacy issues raised by the collection and processing of IoT-derived data
    • The security concerns implicated by the IoT
    • The ways in which legislation such as the GDPR, the CCPA, the California IoT law, the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act and the NY SHIELD Act may impact connected devices

    Format
    Live Webcast
    Date

    Jun 30, 2020



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    • #3
      Injury lawyers

      Contact Details



      Bice Law LLC

      Address:
      406 Tom Hall St
      Fort Mill, SC 29715

      Phone:
      (704) 243-8778 – NC Office
      (803) 639-8777 – SC Office
      (704) 612-0273 – Facsimile
      [email protected]
      Since 2011, the area's leading car accident law firm. We are committed to providing you with top-quality legal representation. We will aggressively pursue the fight for our clients' rights. Call today.

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      • #4
        PLI PLUS is Practising Law Institute’s research database which provides electronic access to the full collection of PLI Press publications.

        Gain access to secondary source documents and search the most up-to-date industry information regarding changes in regulations, rulings and standard practices.

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        • #5
          This holiday weekend, take 50% off our regular prices. Fill your virtual library with essential on-demand programs and web segments while fulfilling your CLE credit requirements.

          This offer ends at 11:59 p.m. PT on Sunday, July 5 – purchase today and access your materials at any time.

          PLI is committed to providing you with timely, relevant information to build your practice. Let us bring the learning to you at www.pli.edu.

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          • #6
            New Scheduled Hot Topics

            Ransomware During the Pandemic: Recent Trends and Continuing Risks
            July 10

            Navigating Personal Privacy and Personal Safety During a Pandemic: Can We Have Both at the Same Time?
            July 14

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            • #7
              20th Annual Municipal Law Institute
              Live Webcast – July 20

              Register for this year's Municipal Law Institute, which will provide attendees with analysis of emerging legal issues for local government lawyers concerning cybersecurity risk and privacy issues. Experienced faculty will discuss cybersecurity incident response, cybersecurity risk prevention, using consumer protection laws to protect individual privacy, and privacy issues that arise in litigation. Faculty will also provide an update about Supreme Court decisions most relevant to municipalities and ethics for the government lawyer.

              Regardless of experience level, lawyers practicing in a city law department, as well as attorneys representing city agencies, commissions, or employees, will benefit from this program.

              What You Will Learn:
              • Cybersecurity and privacy issues for municipalities: incident response
              • Cybersecurity risk prevention and protection: role of municipal lawyers
              • Privacy issues for municipalities: protecting the public
              • Supreme Court update for municipal lawyers
              • Ethics for municipal lawyers

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              • #8

                Diversity & Inclusion in Law Practice 2019/2020


                3-Hour Program
                See Credit Details Below

                Overview

                Why You Should Attend
                Law continues to be one of the least diverse professions in the United States, and the challenges of creating an inclusive law office environment continue. In this year’s Diversity & Inclusion in Law Practice program, a faculty of attorneys and diversity professionals will discuss recent legal developments that impact diversity,emerging trends in diversity and inclusion, and practical suggestions for achieving a sustainable, diverse law office workplace.
                What You Will Learn
                • Recent legal developments that impact diversity
                • Emerging trends and innovations to reset and refocus how law thinks and acts about diversity and inclusion
                • Practical steps and candid evaluation of practices and programs that work to advance recruitment, retention and leadership
                • Latest research on the business case for diversity
                • "What gets measured gets done": using metrics and accountability to drive inclusion strategies
                Who Should Attend
                This program will be of great interest to all legal professionals concerned about issues of diversity and inclusion in the workplace, including partners and associates, in-house counsel, diversity directors, and professionals working in government or nonprofit organizations.
                Special Feature
                A networking reception, scheduled at the conclusion of the program (5:15-6:00 pm), will provide New York City program attendees with the opportunity to meet with faculty and colleagues.




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                • #9
                  Remote Depositions: Practical Considerations and Best Practices for Taking and Defending Virtual Depositions

                  August 5, 2020




                  Moving Pieces: The Impact of the Pandemic on Transportation

                  August 6, 2020

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                  • #10
                    Sep. 2
                    International Tax Issues 2020
                    Up to 7 Credit Hours


                    Sep. 3-4
                    The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and International Anti-Corruption Developments 2020
                    Up to 14.5 Credit Hours


                    Sep. 30
                    Global Asset Management 2020
                    Up to 3.5 Credit Hours

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                    • #11
                      On August 5, the live webcast of Reentry in California – Overcoming Legal Barriers to Community Reintegration 2020 will include the topic "Crim-Imm Crash Course: Effectively Dealing with the Intersection Between Immigration and Criminal Law" where we will cover how immigration and criminal defense attorneys can best work together, how to work with a client with both immigration and criminal legal issues, ways to secure immigration-safe dispositions, and the nuts and bolts of post-conviction relief.

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                      • #12
                        Family Offices in the Era of COVID-19: Changing Investment Strategies, Challenges and Opportunities--July 30 2020
                        Family offices are often likened to snowflakes because "like snowflakes, no two family offices are alike." While it is certainly true that each individual family office is unique and has its own ethos and perspective, collectively these offices likely share a set of characteristics that create unique investment opportunities and challenges. During and after the novel coronavirus pandemic, we expect that these unique attributes will inform the strategies and tactics that family offices employ to navigate – and take advantage of – the new investment landscape. Expert faculty will explore the potential impact of COVID-19 on the economy and the investment landscape; the impact of COVID-19 on current family office investments and their investment pipeline; the ways family offices are revising and rethinking investment and portfolio risk balancing strategies; the ways family offices are modifying their investment strategies considering COVID-19; and the ways family offices are differentiating their offerings from private equity in this environment.

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                        • #13
                          How to Employ – and Structure Payroll – for Overseas Telecommuters in the Era of COVID-19 -- July 21, 2020
                          With COVID-19 limiting international travel, situations keep emerging where a U.S. employer needs to engage the services of someone working remotely in a foreign country. These arrangements inevitably pose the obvious logistical challenges. In addition, there is legal compliance. How can an employer legally employ and compensate someone telecommuting from a home overseas, in a country where the employer does not do business and has no taxpayer ID number with which to issue a local payroll? Setting up cross-border telecommuting arrangements is tricky even in the best of times – inevitably an awkward compliance situation. The challenges can sometimes torpedo the arrangement and spark an expensive international lawsuit. Expert faculty will set out the various international telecommuting contexts and scenarios and then work through a checklist of the issues to account for in structuring a cross-border or transnational telecommuting arrangement – and the pros and cons of the five different ways possible to structure them.

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                          • #14

                            Basics of the Federal Election Campaign Act 2020


                            In just one hour, this Briefing will provide you with a summary of federal candidate and PAC campaign law, as regulated by the Federal Election Campaign Act and administered by the Federal Election Commission.

                            Format
                            • Live Webcast
                            Date

                            Aug 4, 2020

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                            • #15
                              Diversity Program


                              3-Hour Program
                              See Credit Details Below


                              Overview

                              Why You Should Attend
                              Law continues to be one of the least diverse professions in the United States, and the challenges of creating an inclusive law office environment continue. In this year’s Diversity & Inclusion in Law Practice program, a faculty of attorneys and diversity professionals will discuss recent legal developments that impact diversity,emerging trends in diversity and inclusion, and practical suggestions for achieving a sustainable, diverse law office workplace.
                              What You Will Learn
                              • Recent legal developments that impact diversity
                              • Emerging trends and innovations to reset and refocus how law thinks and acts about diversity and inclusion
                              • Practical steps and candid evaluation of practices and programs that work to advance recruitment, retention and leadership
                              • Latest research on the business case for diversity
                              • "What gets measured gets done": using metrics and accountability to drive inclusion strategies


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