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  • #46
    Running Legal Like a Business: The Fundamentals of Legal Operations for Law Departments provides new and seasoned practitioners alike – as well as those with a need to know about legal operations – with critical insights into managing their legal operations. Delving into the drivers of the evolution of legal operations as an in-house function and as a profession, the book covers key elements of effective legal operations management, including strategic planning, financial management, vendor management, technology management, legal data analytics, and branding.

    Available now!

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    • #47
      Available Now


      The China Initiative: Where Does the Biden-Harris Administration Go with This Enforcement Strategy?


      Overview

      Beginning in the prior administration, the U.S. Department of Justice began its China Initiative, an effort that targeted economic espionage occurring in the United States that benefitted China. In many cases, U.S.-based educational institutions, Chinese nationals and companies, and organizations receiving financial support from Chinese interests were caught up in these investigations. The criminal enforcement actions were coupled with strategic use of sanctions against targeted individuals and organizations.
      By every measure it appears that the Biden-Harris administration has continued this endeavor providing the perfect time to review the investigations and prosecutions done to date with an eye toward its potential future direction. Our discussion includes:
      • An overview of the initiative’s origin and historical targets [15 minutes]
      • What federal statutes and regulations are being utilized by enforcement entities under the initiative? [20 minutes]
      • A case study that walks attendees through the early stages of an investigation and that explores opportunities to identify and address the legal risks associated with the Chinese Initiative before landing in enforcement crosshairs [25 minutes]

      Program Level: Update

      Intended Audience: In-house counsel, outside attorneys, accountants, education sector, financial and other allied professionals interested in learning more about the China Initiative

      Prerequisites: None

      Advanced Preparation: None





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      • #48
        MARCH 16-18
        Live Webcast
        21st Annual Institute on Securities Regulation in Europe

        This program — featuring a faculty of leading practitioners, in-house counsel and government regulators from the U.S. and the UK — offers a unique focus on the application of U.S. securities law in the UK and the EU. Faculty will address recent developments in market activity and enforcement and offer practical guidance for companies and financial institutions across Europe, the U.S. and beyond. Up to 13.5 Credit Hours


        PLI "Safe Return" Policy for In-Person Programs
        PLI has resumed live programming in both New York and San Francisco as well as at our offsite venues as of March 2022.


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        • #49
          Featuring the AAA-ICDR® International Arbitration Track
          Friday, April 1, 2022 l Miami, FL
          In-Person Program – Registration is Open!
          Join us in Miami for the iLaw2022 ILS Global Forum on International Law Conference.

          In one of the AAA-ICDR International Arbitration Track sessions, the ICDR® will explore the various issues and challenges when arbitrating international construction disputes.

          Other international arbitration track sessions will focus on:
          • Global Supply Chain Disputes and the Role of International Arbitration and Mediation
          • International Life Sciences Disputes – The Role of International Arbitration and ADR to Resolve These Disputes
          • Integrating Technology Across Various Industry Sectors to Increase the Use and Acceptance of International Dispute Resolution

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          • #50
            Join us in Miami for the iLaw2022 ILS Global Forum on International Law Conference.

            In one of the AAA-ICDR International Arbitration Track sessions, the ICDR® will explore the various issues and challenges when arbitrating international construction disputes.
            Other international arbitration track sessions will focus on:
            • Global Supply Chain Disputes and the Role of International Arbitration and Mediation
            • International Life Sciences Disputes – The Role of International Arbitration and ADR to Resolve These Disputes
            • Integrating Technology Across Various Industry Sectors to Increase the Use and Acceptance of International Dispute Resolution


            Featuring the AAA-ICDR® International Arbitration Track
            Friday, April 1, 2022 l Miami, FL

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            • #51
              Miami - iLaw2022 ILS Global Forum on International Law Conference.
              Now available on-demand.

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              • #52
                The AAA-ICDR Asia Case Management Centre, Simha Law, and Aarna Law LLP invite you to a cutting-edge conversation on Disputes Involving Blockchain and Crypto Assets – Recent Strides. This exciting webinar will feature experts from around the world, engaging in an interactive discussion on developments in the India-Singapore-Dubai corridor.

                Some of the issues expected to be addressed include challenges that traditional legal regimes may face in the context of disputes involving Crypto assets based on recent cases, arbitration of Smart Contracts, related enforcement issues and envisioning a protocol for Crypto Dispute Resolution.

                Registration is free, but limited.
                PROGRAM DETAILS
                August 4, 2022
                4:00PM IST | 6:30PM SGT

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                • #53
                  Social media marketers like snapchat and facebook steal information, so always be careful.

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                  • #54
                    Regarding cybersecurity, social media platforms are the main factor nowadays influencing it. There are a lot of cases when SMM experts steal users' information for other companies. This situation puts a question on the regulation of such companies. It makes it essential for them to use new technologies to make security more qualitative. Therefore, with the development of new technologies, making information security more qualitative and safe for social media platforms is essential. From my own experience, I would recommend working only with safe SMM companies like https://nlosmm.com/. I had a few projects with them, and they are true experts.

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                    • #55
                      During this series, an expert panel of domestic and international life science arbitrators and advocates will discuss their perspectives on saving time and costs in disputes. Attendees will learn tips and best practices from these seasoned professionals that can be used in the preparation and implementation of life sciences arbitrations and mediations.

                      AAA-ICDR® Vice Presidents Michelle Skipper and Luis Martinez will moderate the sessions throughout the series.

                      THE SESSIONS

                      The Life Sciences Preliminary Hearing
                      October 6, 2022 l 2:00-3:30 p.m. EDT


                      Seasoned domestic and international life science arbitrators and advocates will share their perspective for preparing for the preliminary/procedural hearing...

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                      • #56
                        Hybrid Event | 24 November 2022 | 6:00 PM in Singapore Time
                        Join the American Arbitration Association-International Centre for Dispute Resolution®
                        (AAA-ICDR®) for our event “India - US Transactions and Disputes: What can possibly go wrong?


                        The objective of the event will be to highlight the practical difficulties faced with respect to India-US transactions spanning from the negotiation of transactions to the resolution of any dispute arising therefrom.

                        The discussion will focus on regulatory issues faced by US-based entities while entering into the Indian market, the preferred exit options, and safeguards. During the panel discussion, our distinguished speakers will address the challenges faced by the Indian and US Stakeholders in the selection and appointment of arbitrators, dealing with cultural differences in international arbitration, interim reliefs, and enforcement of the foreign award and foreign judgments in India, to name a few.

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                        • #57
                          FEBRUARY 16, 2023
                          New York & Live Webcast

                          Investing, Trading, and Doing Deals in a Dynamic World 2023: Navigating Persistent Risk

                          While the current dynamic environment presents new challenges for transactions and operations, it also creates opportunities for companies, organizations, investors, and counsel who engage and adapt. Attend this program to learn about effective proactive, reactive, and mitigation strategies to navigate emergent security and regulatory risks and requirements. Get ahead in the global market and unlock value for your stakeholders.

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                          • #58
                            January 30, 2023
                            Live Webcast


                            Providing High-Quality Legal Representation for Transition-Aged Youth in and Leaving the Foster Care System

                            Up to 1 Credit Hour

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