American Bar Association
 
Uniform Law Commission Committee

ABA Section of Business Law


Uniform Law Commission Committee


Mission Statement

The mission of the Uniform Law Commission Committee is to a) monitor the development of uniform laws involving matters of interest to business lawyers, determining the substantive Committees with an interest in these laws, and ensuring that representatives of the Business Law Section are appropriately involved in the drafting and revision of these laws, b) the maintenance of cooperative relationships between the Business Law Section and the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL), and c) coordinating Business Law Section participation in such Joint Editorial Boards as may be established between the Business Law Section and NCCUSL.

Leadership

Co-Chairs:

Jacobs, Lisa
Lion, Paul

Committee Roster  


Programs, Meetings and Events

Section Events

    Becoming and Advancing your Career as an In-House Attorney

    02/23/2017-02/23/2017

    Our panel of General Counsels will share their insights and recommended career planning strategies to become and advance your career as an in-house attorney. What do you need to consider when interviewing and joining a corporate law department? What practical things do you need to know about being successful ...

    CEO Succession & Crisis Management: Fiduciary Duty, Securities Disclosure, and Practice Approaches

    03/08/2017-03/08/2017

    Our panelists will provide practical guidance on how boards and advisors can help companies enhance and execute their playbooks for a CEO succession crisis. Companies should maintain and implement thorough emergency CEO succession plans and be positioned to seamlessly respond to concerns of investors, ...

    2017 Business Law Section Spring Meeting

    04/05/2017-04/08/2017
    Hyatt Regency New Orleans
    New Orleans

    **PLEASE START HERE FOR REGISTRATION AND TO ADD TICKETED EVENTS (LUNCHES/DINNERS) TO YOUR EXISTING REGISTRATION** **TO ADD EVENTS TO AN EXISTING REGISTRATION**: Click on Register Now, which will prompt you to log-in with your ABA credentials. After logging in, ...


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