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Corporate Law Quiz Show (August 9)   Register Now

Date: 08/09/2022, Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm Eastern Time

Description: This seminar will depart from the standard CLE lecture format to provide an update on key corporate law developments through a highly interactive ‘Jeopardy’-style game format. Attendees will compete by answering a series of questions designed to provide a comprehensive review of critical happenings in corporate law. Topics will vary but will generally cover subjects such as noteworthy Delaware Court of Chancery caselaw, concepts ranging from piercing the corporate veil to the business judgment rule, ethical issues for corporate attorneys, M&A deal terms, and SEC rules and regulations (as appropriate for firms with public company practices). The moderator/presenter will provide comprehensive answers to each question to ensure that attendees are well versed on current issues in corporate law.

Antitrust Attorneys Beware: FTC Has a Critical Eye on M&A Noncompetes (August 10)   Register Now

Date and time:  Wednesday, August 10, 2022, 3:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time 

Description: This webinar will review several enforcement actions by the FTC in the last few years that involved noncompetition agreements entered into to facilitate an acquisition. It will then focus on Lexis resources that can assist you as you ensure your clients’ agreements are well tailored and ready for a potentially sharp look by regulators. Highlights will include how to locate relevant precedent noncompete and antitrust provisions found in publicly-filed M&A agreements easily, gain strategic intelligence for negotiations, and visualize market trends, using an intuitive new feature designed specifically for antitrust practice.

Employment Law: Navigating the Cannabis Legalization Minefield (August 11)   Register Now 

Date: 08/11/2022, Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm Eastern Time

Description: This course will discuss the impact of cannabis legalization on screening and hiring employees, enacting drug-free workplace policies, and avoiding litigation risk including from negligent hiring, vicarious liability, employment discrimination, and wrongful termination claims. We will explore current scientific limitations on testing for impairment and the causes of false positive drug test results. You will learn about the movement to legalize cannabis, how to track developments in the law and where to find practical guidance for adapting your employment policies and practices as this area of the law continues to evolve.

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