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The New FERC and CFTC Market Manipulation Cases: Effective Compliance

Program Number: 2502 Presenter: Joseph Hall, Esq.

FERC and the CFTC have taken very aggressive and sometimes conflicting positions in bringing market manipulation cases. Those cases present significant questions regarding the jurisdiction of each agency and what constitutes manipulation, making effective compliance difficult. Dorsey & Whitney partners Tom Gorman and Joe Hall analyze critical cases and initiatives by each agency and distill the critical points necessary to build effective compliance programs.

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Litigation Holds: The Ethical Challenges Counsel Continue to Face

Program Number: 2455 Presenter: Irene Savanis Fiorentinos, Esq., Morgan R. Hirst, Esq.

**** CD's are pre-order only until after the Program Date - Online will not be available until after the Program Date **** In-house counsel as well as outside counsel must continue to address the ethical questions and pitfalls involved in the need to issue and follow litigation holds. Join Jones Day attorneys Irene Fiorentinos and Morgan Hirst as they provide an update on key preservation and spoliation decisions in this important program for all attorneys. ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct 1.1, 3.2 and 3.4, Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26, and case law, including Chin v. Port Auth. of N.Y. & N.J., 685 F.3d 135 (2d Cir. 2012), are discussed as they apply to proper preservation.

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Patent Monetization for In-House Counsel, from the Celesq®-West LegalEdcenter IP Master Series

Program Number: 2454IP Presenter: Michael J. Kasdan, Esq. - Wiggin and Dana LLP

In recent years, new marketplaces and mechanisms have developed for extracting value in intellectual property. C Suite executives and shareholders alike have become more focused on the value locked in intangible assets like patents. Perhaps more significantly, having an intelligent IP strategy is now a crucial part of a corporate business strategy. Join Michael Kasdan as he provides an overview of available patent monetization and the legal risks and benefits to these methods, in this program directed to what in-house counsel need to know to advise their corporations.

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Important Developments in the Law of Patent Damages and Remedies, from the Celesq®-West LegalEdcenter IP Master Series

Program Number: 2453IP Presenter: Christopher D. Bright, Esq., Daniel R. Foster, Esq.

Daniel Foster and Christopher Bright address recent decisions from the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals and various district courts that have continued the recent trend toward limiting patent damages, provide an update on the availability of injunctive relief, and discuss practical tips concerning these issues that are available to patent owners and companies accused of infringement.

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The Changing Face of Privacy Law in the Internet of Things (IoT)

Program Number: 2452 Presenter: Jason D. Haislmaier, Esq.

The “Internet of Things” has brought countless interconnected devices and services into our daily lives and is also producing explosive changes in the way personal data is collected, shared, and used. These changes have created new challenges for businesses, whether they are involved in providing or using IoT technology. Join Jason Haislmaier for a discussion of these challenges and the established and emerging legal standards, regulatory requirements, and best practices for data privacy in the Internet of Things.

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Asset Protection and Attorney Ethical Considerations

Program Number: 2450 Presenter: Edward D. Brown, Esq.

Asset protection and estate planning attorneys must take certain ethical considerations into account in proceeding with the design and implementation of a client’s overall integrated estate plan. Join Ed Brown for this in-depth analysis of potential ethical liability issues in the asset protection and estate planning contexts. Specific ethical rules to be discussed include: (a) the diligent representation of a client (Model Rule of Professional Conduct 1.3); (b) the potential conflict of interest involving current and former clients (Model Rules 1.7, 1.8, and 1.9); (c) the ethical duty of confidentiality (Model Rule 1.6); and (d) withdrawing and/or terminating the representation if a client is less than fully transparent in the client’s dealings with you (Model Rule 1.16). Civil and criminal traps and pitfalls for the attorney and how they relate to ethical violations are discussed by Mr. Brown as well.

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How In-House Counsel Can Be Ready for the Legal Issues that Arise Following a Credit Card Breach

Program Number: 2449 Presenter: David A. Zetoony, Esq.

The truth is that you can no more prevent a data breach than other types of crime against your organization such as robbery or theft. In-house counsel can have a huge impact, however, on the impact that a data breach has on an organization, including how quickly the organization identifies, investigates, and remediates a breach; how an organization communicates with partners, impacted individuals, regulators, and the media; whether the organization complies with contractual and regulatory obligations; and minimizing the potential for class actions and/or potential liability if litigation is filed. Join Bryan Cave partner David Zetoony, who examines 10 key legal documents which have an impact on an organization’s ability to effectively respond to a data breach and explains the significance of each document, how the document comes into play after a breach occurs, and what provisions within each document to be familiar with before a breach.

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A Review of EEOC's Fiscal Year ending September 2014 and a Look at What to Expect Next Year

Program Number: 2448 Presenter: Eric S. Dreiband, Esq.

Former U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) General Counsel Eric Dreiband, currently a partner at Jones Day, reviews the EEOC's fiscal year ending September 30, 2014, including significant regulatory and policy documents issued by EEOC; its significant wins and losses in the courts, and Supreme Court decisions that considered its position; Congressional oversight of the EEOC; and other significant developments. Mr. Dreiband also discusses: • EEOC’s potential actions, plans and strategies for the coming year. • EEOC's lawsuit that alleges that a hair policy amounted to race discrimination. • EEOC's recently issued guidance about pregnancy and sex discrimination. • The Supreme Court's upcoming term and review of EEOC's pre-suit conciliation obligations. • The dismissal of a nationwide pattern or practice intentional discrimination class action because the EEOC did not conduct any nationwide investigation. • Decisions by various courts to sanction the EEOC. • The status of EEOC's enforcement efforts concerning the use by employers of criminal and

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Patent Investigations in the International Trade Commission: Leveraging Recent Developments, from the Celesq®-West LegalEdcenter IP Master Series

Program Number: 2447IP Presenter: Christopher D. Bright, Esq., Daniel R. Foster, Esq.

Daniel Foster and Christopher Bright address recent developments in Section 337 investigations at the U.S. International Trade Commission, including key developments on the substantive issues of direct infringement, indirect infringement, validity, domestic industry, and the scope of exclusion orders, as well as key procedural issues, including the 100-day pilot program and stays pending the completion of Inter Partes Reviews.

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The Law of Commercial Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Program Number: 2446 Presenter: Thomas R. DeCesar, Esq., Edward J. Fishman, James B. Insco II, Esq., Martin L. Stern, Esq.

K&L Gates attorneys Ed Fishman, Marty Stern, Jim Insco and Tom DeCesar provide an overview of the current state of U.S. law in relation to unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) used for commercial purposes, and where the legal landscape is headed. The program covers current FAA guidance/regulations related to UAS (which are often referred to as drones in the general media), legal hurdles and paths to compliance (including Section 333 exemptions and experimental certificates of airworthiness), and FAA enforcement activities. In addition, the presenters preview the FAA’s anticipated small UAS rulemaking, and some of the legal issues expected to develop in relation to commercial UAS activities over the coming years, such as privacy, property rights, and state restrictions on UAS operations.

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