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Overview of the U.S. Bankruptcy System & Procedures

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Recorded on: Dec. 27, 2019

GRACE E. O'HANLON: It's now my pleasure to introduce you to the co-chairs of today's program, "Nuts and Bolts of Corporate Bankruptcy," Evan Hollander and David Shemano. Evan is a partner in the New York office of Orrick, Herrington and Sutcliffe. His practice focuses on complex US and cross-border restructuring matters. David has over 25 years experience as a business bankruptcy, restructuring, and commercial litigation lawyer. Before forming Shemano ...

Immigrant (Permanent) Visa Categories

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Recorded on: Feb. 15, 2019

CYRUS D. MEHTA: OK, hello. Welcome back. So now we're going to talk about immigrant visa categories. And again, we have two very notable practitioners who are also very experienced in speaking to PLI audiences. So to my far left is Deborah Notkin, who is a partner at Barst Mukamal and Kleiner. And she maintains a large international immigration law practice. She's been the past president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. She is on ...

Giving Life at the “End of Life” – Legal Considerations

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Recorded on: Feb. 15, 2019

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Helen Irving. HELEN IRVING: Thank you very much, Amy. My role here as president and CEO for the last eight years has really been to help promote organ donation and awareness within the community based here in New York City, Long Island, and the Hudson Valley. And my overall clinical background really spans greater than 30 years in the organ donation and transplantation world. Originally ...

Ethical Issues in Immigration Practice

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Recorded on: Feb. 15, 2019

CYRUS MEHTA: OK. Welcome back. We continue our program, and we start with Ethical Issues in Immigration Practice. We have a terrific panel of-- I can't think of anyone on this panel who would be more qualified than the three to my left. So to my extreme left is Victoria Neilson, who will be moderating the panel. Victoria is a senior attorney at Catholic Legal Immigration Network where she works in the Defending Vulnerable Populations project. She ...

Inadmissibility and Removability: Grounds, Consequences, Custody and Immigration Court Proceedings

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Recorded on: Feb. 15, 2019

CYRUS D. MEHTA: OK. So while the next panel is coming up and settling down, I just thought I would introduce the panel and the speakers. The panel is entitled Inadmissibility and Removability-- Grounds, Consequences, Custody, and Immigration Court Proceedings. And so all this while, we've been talking about benefits. We spoke about ethics, and now we're speaking about what kind of enforcement actions can immigration take to put people in removal, ...

Overview of the U.S. Immigration System and Current Trends

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Recorded on: Feb. 15, 2019

CYRUS D. MEHTA: I think with that, we'll get started with our morning program. And I wanted to introduce my co-panelist Lindsay. Lindsay I've known for many years is a solo practitioner and her practice includes employment and family-based non-immigrant and immigrant visas as well as waivers, removal defense, and US citizenship and naturalization issues. She's also been an adjunct professor at New York Law School and others. She's the co-author of ...

Immigration Select Topics: Naturalization and New York City Office Update and Employer Issues

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Recorded on: Feb. 15, 2019

CYRUS D. MEHTA: Hello, I'm glad everybody has stayed on, and we have reached the very last session. It's going to be one-and-a-half hours. And it's interesting, because we try to combine many topics. And if we had more time, we would have had separate panels, but we tried to combine it all together in this last panel. And I think that's what makes it, kind of, a little interesting for both the speakers and the audience. So we're going to have an ...

Developing and Implementing an IP Licensing Program

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Recorded on: Feb. 11, 2019

SPEAKER 1: So welcome back from lunch, everybody. I hope you had a good break. And we will kick off the afternoon session with a panel on developing and implementing IP licensing program. Welcome back our distinguished and esteemed speaker, Mary Fuller, who is now also a principal at the Fuller Tech Law Group-- MARY A. FULLER: It's true. SPEAKER 1: --and has a lot of experience working for the largest product focused companies, including Marvell, ...

Critical License Terms: A Clause-by-Clause Review

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Recorded on: Feb. 11, 2019

LOTHAR DETERMANN: I want to give the clicker and the power to the next panel. And I'm looking whether they're coming here. KAREN BALLACK: I've invited them up, yes. LOTHAR DETERMANN: You've invited them up. That's a good first step. I see Jeffrey rolling back in. And I also have the pleasure of welcoming back to the program Chris Nadan, who is the senior vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary of Actian Corporation. Chris has been ...

IP Issues in International Business Transactions

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Recorded on: Feb. 11, 2019

LOTHAR DETERMANN: And we will now switch from domestic to international, and waving the additional panelists. Why don't you move a little closer to me, Ted? THEODORE HERZOG: OK. SPEAKER 1: Actually, I'll step down so that your panelists [INAUDIBLE]. LOTHAR DETERMANN: OK. Maybe I'll get one of you to my left here, where Karen was sitting. And I'll start introducing. Ted will also join us for this panel. We're so excited to have him here-- again, ...

Licensing and Bankruptcy Issues in IP Transactions

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Recorded on: Feb. 11, 2019

SPEAKER 1: All, right thank you. Thank you for returning from your break. We are now going to start our next segment of the day today, which is licensing and bankruptcy issues in IP transactions. I am very pleased to introduce our two speakers for this segment, one of whom is a current partner of mine at Weil. And the other of whom used to be a partner of mine at Weil, but now is Lothar's partner. So it is very much a small world. To my very right ...

Data and Information Rights as Assets in Business Transactions

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Recorded on: Feb. 11, 2019

LOTHAR DETERMANN: All right, welcome to day two of IP issues in business transaction. We're kicking the second day off with a sort of new asset and a new regime of IP issues. And I'm really excited to be joined here with my co-chair Karen, with Ted Herzog, who is Director, Division Counsel, International Counsel at Ecolabs. Ted has actually a good home history here with the Bay Area. And he was happy to come out from Minneapolis, because he went to ...

IP Issues for In-House Counsel

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Recorded on: Feb. 11, 2019

KAREN BALLACK: OK. Our next presentation is IP issues for in-house counsel. And we have a panel of speakers here today to talk about a number of IP related issues that in-house counsel deal with on a regular basis. We are very pleased that we have three speakers here today. And I will introduce them starting with Tsan Abrahamson, directly to my right. Tsan's practice focuses on strategic counseling in the areas of social media, sweepstakes, intellectual ...

Designing, Creating, and Pruning an IP Portfolio

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Recorded on: Feb. 11, 2019

KAREN BALLACK: OK, welcome back, everybody, from the break. We are going to continue with our next presentation, which is designing, creating, and pruning an IP portfolio. And I am one of the speakers, and my co speaker is Ray Strimaitis. Ray and I have had the opportunity to work with each other for a few years actually when he was at Yahoo. But he is now with Allied Security Trust. Ray currently serves as the vise president of AST, where he heads ...

Shared or Jointly Developed IP

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Recorded on: Feb. 11, 2019

SPEAKER: Suzanne Bell from Covington & Burling is going to be our last presenter of the day. I want to say last, but not least, and that is certainly true. Suzanne has more than 20 years of experience representing some of the world's most prominent tech companies in their most significant technology and IP transactions. Recognized as a leading practitioner in Chambers USA for her wealth of experience, clients describe her as service-oriented, delivering ...

Nuts and Bolts of Due Diligence

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Recorded on: Feb. 11, 2019

SPEAKER 1: OK we are going to get started with the afternoon session today. And this afternoon starting off, we are fortunate to have a presentation on the nuts and bolts of due diligence-- IP due diligence. Our presenters today are Violetta Kokolus and John Tsai. Violetta advises on complex technology and IP transactions. She is a partner at Dechert in New York. So she's traveled out here from New York to join us today. Her practice focuses on intellectual ...

Avoiding Ethics Issues in IP Transactions

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Recorded on: Feb. 11, 2019

SPEAKER: OK everyone, welcome back. And I know it's been a long two days. I know you've been waiting for this final presentation to get your ethics credit. And we are excited that Eric Prager, who is actually the co-chair of this same program in New York, very kindly agreed to-- has agreed the past few years to fly out here and give the ethics presentation and IP transactions here in San Francisco as well. So Eric, as I mentioned, is the co-chair ...

New IP Issues Impacting Business Transactions: Copyrights, Trademarks, Domain Names, Patents and Trade Secrets

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Recorded on: Feb. 11, 2019

KAREN: So with that general introduction, I would like to turn the presentation, our first presentation of the day over to Lothar, David, Jason, and Jeff who will dive into new copyright, trademark, domain name, patent, and trade secret issues impacting business transactions. Lothar. LOTHAR: Thank you, Karen, and welcome, everyone. For those 280 of you who chose not to be in the room here, it's very cold in San Francisco. It's under 50 degrees, and ...

Market Update and Preliminary Restructuring Documentation

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2019

JOSEPH SAMET: So before I turn it over to Alice to discuss some of the highlights of the year, let me just touch on a number of the important things. And this is sort of a checklist that you'll see in front of you. When we think of the restructuring world, we need to think about it not just when a company goes into Chapter 11 or in the months before Chapter 11, we need to think about it also in the context of doing a deal, thinking about the what ...

The Roles of Financial Advisors, and Corporate Governance

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2019

JOSEPH SAMET: Welcome back to everyone on the web and here in New York on this chilly day. Looking forward to warming your hearts with hearing about the financial aspects of restructurings from two participants who have lots of experience. Adam, who I introduced before, and Jim Lukenda, who's managing director at Huron Business Advisory. Jim and I have worked together over the years on a number of interesting restructurings, litigations, and bankruptcies. ...

How Creditors’ Rights Drive Restructuring Outcomes

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2019

JOSEPH SAMET: The context of a restructuring or chapter 11 case, have you worked with boards or individual directors in restructurings or in chapter 11 cases? And again, show of hands. And just a couple. And what about has anybody been involved in office of director D&O litigation on either side? Show of hands. Thank you. OK. I'm going to introduce the two speakers to my left. To my far left is David Hillman. David practices at Schulte Roth and Zabel, ...

The Restructuring Agreement and Sales of Distressed Assets

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2019

JOSEPH SAMET: Kyle is a partner at Paul Weiss and has participated in this program before. And he's brought experience involving the complex restructuring bankruptcy issues and he's been involved with ex pro holdings, the ad hoc group of Puerto Rico general obligation bond holders. I happened to notice today a decision on Puerto Rico bonds, which is in the papers-- Citigroup and others. And so Kyle. KYLE KIMPLER: Sure, thank you. So I think this ...

Preparing for Bankruptcy Risks and Industry Issues

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2019

JOSEPH SAMET: Welcome back to all of you on the web and those here in New York. We're going to move on to the subjects that are going to be covered by David Hillman of Schulte Roth and I'm also going to introduce Steve Serajeddini of Kirkland Ellis. Steve has been designated hitter for today on a last-minute basis and we appreciate his pitching in. He advises companies, distressed investors and ad hoc committee, private equity firms, and other investors ...

Avoiding Civil Claims Related to Criminal Acts on a Business’s Premises

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Recorded on: Feb. 6, 2019

AMY: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Jim Kachadoorian. JAMES W. KACHADOORIAN: Thank you, Amy. Good afternoon, everyone. I'm Jim Kachadoorian. And I'm a partner with the law firm of Wilson Elser, a national platform firm. And I am seated in White Plains, New York and primarily responsible in my own practice for managing the Medical Malpractice Defense Team in Bronx County, New York. In addition to that, I have a sub-criminal practice, ...

U.S. Sanctions Against Iran – Impact on Non-U.S. Companies

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Recorded on: Feb. 6, 2019

AMY TAUB: Thank you. Hello. My name is Amy Taub and I am a program attorney with PLI, A nonprofit learning organization. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing, US Sanctions Against Iran: Impact on Non-US Companies. Before we begin, I have some administrative announcements. This briefing will be one hour in length. Please feel free to send questions at any time during the briefing. Please remember that you have access to material for this ...


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