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2009 Committee on Corporate Counsel CLE Seminar (Lake Buena Vista, FL)

 

The documents below are written materials for the 2009 Committee on Corporate Counsel CLE Seminar, February 12-15, 2009. Please note: You must be a Section of Litigation member and be logged in to access the materials.


All files are available in PDF format unless otherwise noted. (PDF)


The Financial Market Meltdown and Its Impact on Litigation, Regulation, and Corporate America




General Counsel Forum




White Collar Risks for In-House Counsel in the Current Environment




The In-House Counsel Challenge of Creating the Best Record Possible




Life Is Unfair but Competition Shouldn’t Be: Red Flags, Fouls, and Other Dangers in a Competitive World




“It’ a Small World After All” – Business Litigation and Cross-Border Disputes in a World Economy




Tips for Managing the Expedited Mega-Case




Anatomy of a Bellwether Case: Nicaraguan Workers v. Doll




New Rules of Engagement: Can Inside and Outside Counsel Successfully Partner to Handle the Ethical Challenges of E-Discovery?




Putting a Face on the Corporation: Strategic Conduct, and Defense of 30(b)(6) Depositions




The Changing Landscape of Regulatory Scrutiny and the Role of In-House Counsel




What Trial Lawyers Know about Contracts that Transactional Lawyers Should Know Too




Think, Before Hitting ‘Send’: Protecting Privilege between In-House Counsel and the Business Client




Litigation Management Roundtable




 
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