There is still an opportunity for you to register for one or more of the three remaining sessions of the 2015 Corporate Law Roundable program.
Attendees who register for fewer than three sessions should send an e-mail to email@example.com and indicate which session(s) they plan to attend.
Participation is limited to in-house lawyers who are senior counsel or equivalent corporate counsel of a corporation, municipality, or other business. To facilitate open discussion among the attendees, registration is available for a maximum of 30 participants.
January 27, 2015 (2 hours ethics credit)
Corporate Fiduciary and Ethical Obligations for In-House Counsel
• The organizational client
• Preservation of the attorney-client privilege
• Transactions with clients and conflicts of interest
• Concerns about unauthorized practice of law in a multi-jurisdictional practice
• Managing fiduciary duties
• Office romance and other interpersonal issues
Discussion Leader: Keith M. Gregory of Snell & Wilmer
February 10, 2015 (2 hours CLE credit)
Having the Right Insurance Protections
• Important insurance clauses to negotiate
• Coverage for in-house counsel
• How to be sure there are no gaps
• Having the right amount of coverage
• Having the right types of coverage and identifying risks to layoff
• Managing insurance costs and getting competitive quotes
Discussion Leaders: Kirk Pasich of Dickstein Shapiro LLP and William F. (Bill) Fairbanks, Managing Director and Client Executive at Marsh
February 24, 2015 (2 hours of CLE credit)
The GC's Role in Data Incidents:
• Theft of consumer data
• Insider thefts of trade secrets
• Steps to protect your corporate networks
• Lost/stolen devices leading to inadvertent breach of sensitive or proprietary data
Discussion Leaders: Sharon R. Klein and Pamela S. Palmer of Pepper Hamilton LLP
To achieve the greatest benefit from this program, attendees are encouraged to register for all four sessions. However, for those whose schedules do not allow for attendance at all sessions, attendees may register for one, two, or three sessions of their choice.
Roundtable Planning Committee:
Linda Barker, General Counsel, Los Angeles Capital Management
Alan L. Fox, General Counsel, Southern California Regional Transit Training Consortium
Katherine E. Adkins, Vice President and General Counsel, Toyota Financial Services
Kristin Adrian, General Counsel, American Realty Advisors
Carol Bradford, Senior Counsel and Charitable Advisor, California Community Foundation
Deborah S. Feinerman, Executive Vice President, Business Affairs and Legal, Paramount Pictures
Charles E. Michaels, General Counsel, LAACO, Ltd.
Donald H. Rolfe, Vice President and Associate Counsel, Capital Research and Management Company