Message from the Chair
Welcome to LACBA's Business and Corporations Law Section. We are committed to providing quality CLE programs and other resources to attorneys based in the Los Angeles County who focus their practice in the areas of business, corporate and securities law. Throughout the year, the section holds seminars on a variety of current topics relevant to these practice areas and sponsors other events to facilitate networking and exchange of ideas among members.
Our first event of 2010-11 year is the 43rd Annual Securities Regulation Seminar to be held on Friday, October 29, 2010 at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles. This is one of our flagship programs and features senior officials from the Securities and Exchange Commission (D.C. and Los Angeles Regional Office) and the California Department of Corporations, as well as top practitioners from prominent law firms across the city. This year, our speakers will be addressing current topics such as the Dodd-Frank Act, recent trends in M&A, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, SEC enforcement issues and other interesting topics. Speakers include SEC Commissioner Elisse B. Walter and Department of Corporations Commissioner Preston DuFauchard.
We look forward to seeing you at the program next Friday and at future events.
David C. Eisman, Section Chair
Exciting Events Coming Soon
October 29, 2010: Annual Securities Regulation Seminar
Location: Milennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles
Presented by: Business & Corporations Law Section
Top Washington and regional Securities and Exchange Commission officials, together with representatives of other regulatory agencies as well as leading private practitioners, will present a comprehensive review of current events and developments in the securities field. This seminar will include an overview of judicial, regulatory, and enforcement developments, as well as recent trends in the public and private offerings of securities, mergers and acquisitions, and other matters of interest to the corporate and securities bar.
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Marvin Green Award Ceremony & Social Networking
Downtown, Los Angeles
Ethics Issues in Corporate Transactions
Impact of the Dodd-Frank Financial Reform Act on Broker-Dealer Regulation and Regulation of Investment Advisers (includes regulation of advisers to private equity funds, venture capital funds, and hedge funds)
March 16, 2011 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
IP Issues in Transactional Matters: The top ten pitfalls in dealing with patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret and license assets in the corporate transactions
Jeffer Mangels, Century City
Glendon Tremaine Symposium: What Transactional Lawyers Need to Know
Tax Structuring in the M&A Context
News from California Department of Corporations
Did you know that the California Department of Corporations (DOC) operates two different programs intended to protect seniors and service members and their families from investment and financial fraud? DOC's Seniors Against Investment Fraud (SAIF) program was established to alert and educate Californians over the age of 50 about financial and investment fraud, scams and unscrupulous sales practices targeting seniors. In addition, the department's Troops Against Predatory Scams (TAP$) program has been providing thousands of military members, veterans and their families assistance with how to deal with predatory lending practices, unsuitable insurance policies and a variety of fraudulent practices directed towards them. For more information on these programs, please check here.
Benefits for Section Members
If you are a section member of the Business and Corporations Law Section, you can access material from some of our our past programs on LACBA's Web site.
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NASD Representative, David A. Greene
Calif. Dept. of Corporations Rep., Theresa Leets
Corporate Law Depts. Rep., Lois M. Jacobs
SEC Representative, Martin J. Murphy
SEC Representative, Rosalind R. Tyson
Large Firms, Richard S. Kolodny
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